Event Hubs

Official Documentation

Service Description

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

  1. Event Hubs Learning Path
    10/3/2016, Webpage

Latest Content

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Event Hubs Archive, what’s the new naming convention Blog
Azure Service Bus, Event Hubs and Notification Hubs on the Classic Azure Portal Announcement Blog
Event Hubs .NET Standard client is now generally available Blog
Event Hubs Dedicated Offering Blog
Open Source big data processing on Azure using Apache Spark Video
Namespace Auto-convert from Messaging type to EventHub type Blog
Namespace Auto-convert from Messaging type to EventHub type Blog
Tuesdays with Corey: Azure Event Hubs Archive goodness Video
Azure News on Friday (KW44/16) Blog
Azure News on Friday (KW41/16) Blog
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Azure News on Friday (KW40/16) Blog

Azure Documentation

1. Overview
     1.1. What is Event Hubs?
     1.2. FAQ
2. Get Started
     2.1. Create an Event Hub
     2.2. Send events
          2.2.1. .NET Standard
          2.2.2. .NET Framework
          2.2.3. Java
     2.3. Receive events
          2.3.1. .NET Standard
          2.3.2. .NET Framework
          2.3.3. Java
          2.3.4. Apache Storm
     2.4. Programming guide
3. How to
     3.1. Plan and design
          3.1.1. Event Hubs Dedicated
          3.1.2. Authentication and security model overview
          3.1.3. Availability and consistency
     3.2. Develop
          3.2.1. Available APIs
               3.2.1.1. .NET Standard
               3.2.1.2. .NET Framework
               3.2.1.3. Diagnostic logs
          3.2.2. Authentication and authorization
          3.2.3. AMQP 1.0 protocol guide
     3.3. Manage
          3.3.1. Event Hubs management libraries
          3.3.2. Archive
               3.3.2.1. Event Hubs Archive
               3.3.2.2. Enable Event Hubs Archive using a template
               3.3.2.3. Use Python to enable Event Hubs Archive
          3.3.3. Stream Azure Diagnostics data using Event Hubs
          3.3.4. Create and deploy an Event Hub using a Resource Manager template
4. Reference
     4.1. .NET
          4.1.1. Microsoft.Azure.EventHubs
          4.1.2. Microsoft.Azure.EventHubs.Processor
          4.1.3. Microsoft.ServiceBus.Messaging
          4.1.4. Microsoft.Azure.ServiceBus.EventProcessorHost
          4.1.5. Microsoft.Azure.Management.EventHub
     4.2. Java
          4.2.1. com.microsoft.azure.eventhubs
          4.2.2. com.microsoft.azure.eventprocessorhost
     4.3. REST
     4.4. Exceptions
     4.5. Quotas
5. Resources
     5.1. Code samples
     5.2. Pricing
     5.3. Learning path
     5.4. Service updates
     5.5. Stack Overflow
     5.6. Videos

Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA)

Date Title
4/21/2016 Getting Started with the Internet of Things (IoT)

Tools

Tool Description

Videos

Date Title Length
11/30/2016 Open Source big data processing on Azure using Apache Spark 0:40:06
11/8/2016 Tuesdays with Corey: Azure Event Hubs Archive goodness 0:11:22
10/1/2016 Explore case studies of real world messaging with Microsoft Azure Service Bus & Event Hubs 1:05:52
9/29/2016 Get an Azure Event Hubs & Service Bus feature update 0:17:25
5/11/2016 Integrate Azure API Management with Event Hubs 0:07:53
4/12/2016 Introducing the Microsoft Azure IoT Suite 0:15:21
3/27/2016 Premium Messaging & Messaging Scale 0:20:14
3/27/2016 Premium Messaging & Messaging Scale 0:20:15
11/9/2015 Integrate Azure API Management with Event Hubs 0:07:52
6/25/2015 Managing Large amounts of Data Throughput using Azure Event Hubs with Nicole Berdy 0:12:12

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