IP Filtering feature is now enabled for Azure Service Bus and Azure Event Hubs. This feature allows customers to control which IPs are accessing their resources.
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Azure Event Hubs and Azure Service Bus VNET Service Endpoints in preview
Azure Event Hubs is now offering support for Availability Zones in preview
The two long standing, well known and appreciated Azure Core Services (Azure Service Bus and Azure Event Hubs) just released a preview of an upcoming generally available Geo-disaster recovery feature. With the help of this feature, no client needs to manage Geo-disaster recovery scenarios anymore via code, but can instead rely on the services doing the metadata synchronization between two independent namespaces. At this time, data replication is not yet supported and will be added at a later (post General Availability) point in time.
Azure Event Grid now allows you to send your events to an Event Hub. This will let you use stream processing tools and more services within Azure, as well as to keep a log of all your events, which you can replay at any time.
Azure Event Hubs has two new .NET Standard clients that are now generally available.
Find out more about the Azure Event Hubs Dedicated offering.
Wir freuen uns, ankündigen zu können, dass Azure Stream Analytics jetzt die IoT Hub-Betriebsüberwachung unterstützt, mit der Sie eine einfache Möglichkeit zum Analysieren des Betriebs Ihrer IoT-Geräte erhalten.
Azure Service Bus services will be coming soon to new Azure portal. Learn more about some of these upcoming changes.
After May 1, 2016, Service Bus will introduce separate namespace types for Event Hubs, Relay, and the Broker (Queues and Topics). This change will affect only newly created namespaces. Any existing namespaces will work as they do today.