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Overview

Event Grid is a fully managed event routing service that provides reliable message delivery at massive scale. Developers use Event Grid to build reactive, event-driven apps in a modern, serverless compute architecture—eliminating polling and its associated cost and latency. One-to-many mapping, in which a single event can trigger multiple actions, provides a uniform event consumption experience. A pay-per-operation model complements and extends your serverless solutions and lets you focus on innovation rather than infrastructure.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 5/9/2018, Video, 0:21:09
    In this hands-on presentation, learn about the true value of Event Grid by seeing an example in action. You'll be able to understand what sets Event Grid apart from other...
  2. 10/11/2017, Video, 1:11:42
    Azure Event Grid is a new service that enables event driven programming across cloud services with publish-subscribe routing and reliable instant push delivery. Dan Rosanova...
  3. 5/6/2018, Video, 1:11:42
    Make your colleagues gasp at how fast you can put together a sophisticated integration solution in no time using the power of Azure. Learn how our Azure integration services...
  4. 5/6/2018, Video, 1:16:21
    Serverless applications are transforming the ways that developers are solving problems by radically increasing productivity and reducing operational friction. In this session,...

Azure Event Grid News

7/28/2020, Azure Podcast
Azure has a number of top-notch messaging services in Event Grid, Event Hubs, Service Bus, IoT Hub, Relay etc. It can be confusing at times as to which one is the right one for the job. Luckily...
5/21/2020, Azure Podcast
Allison Farris, a Cloud Solutions Architect at Microsoft's UK subsidiary, shares her passion and experience with Azure Functions. She gives us insights into how customers are leveraging...
5/13/2020, Service Updates
App Service is now an events publisher with Event Grid, enabling developers to subscribe to events from their web apps or app service plans and act using Azure Functions, Logic Apps, webhooks,...