24 July 2018
Since our updates at Microsoft //Build 2018, the Event Grid team’s primary focus has been delivering updates that will make it easier for you run your critical workloads on Event Grid. I’m excited to announce that we have released dead lettering of events to blob storage, configurable retry policies, availability in all public regions, Azure Container Registry as a publisher, and SDK updates as well as portal updates!
31 May 2018
In time for the Build 2018 conference, the Relay learned a brand-new trick that you may have missed leaning about amidst the torrent of other Azure news, so we’re telling you about it again today: The Relay now also supports relayed HTTP requests over its open Websockets protocol.
18 May 2018
Last week, the Microsoft Build conference brought developers lots of innovation and was action packed with in-depth sessions. In case there was simply too much for you to digest, I wanted to pull together some key highlights and top sessions to watch.
07 May 2018
Since we announced general availability of Azure Event Grid, we have seen great adoption and received good feedback on what else you want to do with your event-driven architectures. Today we are...
07 May 2018
Serverless technologies have hit a high level of maturity and awareness where several new customers from a diverse range of industries and geographies, are confidently going to production with it...
04 May 2018
As more and more serverless applications are developed, events are now the glue connecting all aspects of modern applications. These events can originate from microservices...
19 March 2018
Are you now ready to dig into what you can actually do with real code using serverless computing cloud services like Azure Functions? If so, you should download and read the free Azure Serverless Computing Cookbook that describes with rich code examples and how to solve common problems using serverless Azure Functions.
26 February 2018
Azure Service Bus now sends events to Azure Event Grid. The key scenario this feature enables is for Service Bus queues, topics, or subscriptions with low message volumes to not require a receiver...
22 February 2018
Are you building a new application which requires low latency at any scale? Or are you in the process of migrating your NoSQL databases to the cloud? Or looking for the right resources to help you get started with Azure Cosmos DB?
07 February 2018
“Cold start” is a large discussion point for serverless architectures and is a point of ambiguity for many users of Azure Functions. The goal of this post is to help you understand what cold start is, why it happens, and how you can architect your solutions around it.