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Overview

In the context of the "Internet of Things," data streams from various sources such as Web sites, Apps, sensors, and other devices often need to be processed in real-time. Event Hubs is a high-grade, scalable data hub that can process millions of events per second. Messages are recorded per data source and cached in a partitioned storage area. This storage then enables the one-time or repeated processing of data via recipients connected in parallel.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 5/5/2017, Trainings
    Ready to learn more about Internet of Things (IoT)? Join expert Jeremy Foster for this Azure IoT overview, and find out how to get started. Explore the fundamentals of IoT and...

Azure Event Hubs 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...
5/26/2020,
  To help you secure your IoT solution from exposure to the public internet, we’re announcing two Azure IoT Hub features to support the virtual network (VNet) connectivity pattern: IoT Hub now...
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...
5/14/2020, Service Updates
Azure Private Link now includes multiple new services available in GA.
4/3/2020, Service Updates
The preview version of Event Hubs is now available on Azure Stack Hub.
3/26/2020, Service Updates
Additional libraries for working with Azure services are now generally available.
2/28/2020, Service Updates
To continue using Service Bus, Relay, and Event Hubs, please move your APIs to Azure Resource Manager.