Azure Service Bus REST API
Azure Service Bus provides cloud-enabled communication with enterprise messaging and relayed communication that helps you connect on-premises solutions with the cloud.
The REST APIs fall into the following categories:
- Azure Resource Manager: APIs that perform Resource Manager operations, and have
/providers/Microsoft.ServiceBus/as part of the request URI.
- Service Bus service: APIs that enable operations directly on the Service Bus service, and have the public cloud endpoint
namespaceName.servicebus.windows.netin the request URI. Other possible domain names are as follows:
- Azure Germany:
- Azure China:
- United States government:
- Azure Germany:
- "Classic" or RDFE management: APIs that provide programmatic access to much of the functionality available through the Azure portal. These APIs have
management.core.windows.netin the URI.
RDFE APIs will be obsolete and retired on November 1, 2019 and should no longer be used.
REST operation groups
The Service Bus REST API provides operations for working with the following resources:
Azure Resource Manager
Resource Manager APIs are management APIs that perform operations on Service Bus entities, such as namespaces, queues, and topics. They are useful in scenarios that enable global authentication, rather than at the namespace or entity level.
|Namespaces||Provides operations for managing Service Bus namespaces.|
|Queues||Operations for managing Service Bus queues.|
|Subscriptions||Operations for managing Service Bus topic subscriptions.|
|Topics||Operations for managing Service Bus topics.|
Service Bus service
Service Bus service APIs access the Service Bus service directly, and perform various management operations at the entity level, rather than at the namespace level (such as sending a message to a queue. These APIs use SAS authentication.
These management APIs provide programmatic access to much of the functionality available through the Azure portal.