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Is there a way to play with and discover Azure Service Bus on the local emulator without registering to the real Azure Services?

I was following a tutorial on the use of the Azure Service Bus but at a certain point a Namespace and an Issuer Name and Key is required. I don't have that data since I'm not registered to Azure Services and I don't want to do it now (I will get my trial when I will feel ready to develop/test something real).

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For using the Brokered Messaging capabilities (Queues, Topics and Subscriptions), you can install Service Bus for Windows Server, which will allow you to test locally.

Refer this doc here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windowsazure/jj193022(v=azure.10).aspx

For relayed messaging, you need to use an Azure account. 

The costs of using the relay service for development and testing are minimal, so it may be worth creating a pay-as-you-go subscription for this.

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