You are the cloud administrator for your organization. The development department wants to use Azure Service Bus to send messages whenever an order is placed. Two client applications are responsible for receiving those messages after they are sent.
You need to create the minimum number of Azure resources required to meet the development department's needs.
How should you allocate resources? Choose three:
You should create one namespace. A Service Bus namespace serves as the container for queues and topics. At least one namespace is required to use Service Bus messaging.
You should create one topic. A Service Bus topic allows multiple subscribers to receive messages that are sent to it. In this scenario, the two client applications act as subscribers to the same topic.
You should not create any queues. Messages in a Service Bus queue can be accessed with only one application. Once the message is retrieved, it disappears.