Event Grid is a highly scalable, serverless event broker that you can use to integrate applications using events. Events are delivered by Event Grid to subscriber destinations such as applications, Azure services, or any endpoint to which Event Grid has network access. The source of those events can be other applications, SaaS services and Azure services. With Event Grid you connect solutions using event-driven architectures. An event-driven architecture uses events to communicate occurrences in system state changes, for example, to other applications or services. You can use filters to route specific events to different endpoints, multicast to multiple endpoints, and make sure your events are reliably delivered.
You can now subscribe to events Tribal Group applications and automate your processes based on Tribal Group application state changes.
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Integrate your apps using Event Grid and SAP S/4HANA events.
You can now get notification via Event Grid when a new Kubernetes version is available on AKS.
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Use the Event Grid blob trigger in Azure Functions to handle events raised by a storage account.
Partner events, now generally available on Azure Event Grid, adds several additional features to enhance security.
Use the Event Grid Microsoft Graph API integration to subscribe to events from Azure AD, Outlook, and more.
Gain a greater security stance by explicitly authorizing a partner to create partner topics or partner destinations in your Azure subscription.
Learn how to use Azure Event Grid to trigger actions (e.g. send out an email) as soon as an Azure Quantum job completes.