Wednesday, 7 November 2018
In today’s business environment, with the rapidly increasing volume of data and the growing pressure to respond to events in real-time, organizations need data-driven strategies to gain valuable insights faster and increase their competitive advantage.
Tuesday, 3 July 2018
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.
Wednesday, 9 May 2018
Apache Kafka has changed the way we look at streaming and logging data, and now Azure provides tools and services for streaming data into your big data pipeline in Azure. Today, we proudly announce...
Tuesday, 1 May 2018
Event Hubs is expanding its ecosystem. To support multiple languages, the new additions of Python, Node.js and Go SDK's add significant value to the service. This blog aims at announcing the public preview of these services.
Monday, 28 August 2017
Event Hubs Capture is the most easiest way to stream data into Azure with its simple setup, fully managed and providing a perfect on-ramp to compose Big data solutions. Today along with pulling data into Azure Storage, Capture supports pulling data into Azure Data Lake Store.
Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Azure Event Hubs Capture is now generally available. This key Event Hubs feature (which was released in public preview as Event Hubs Archive), gives you access to near real-time streams, making it possible to package and transport millions of events per second for further processing. It is designed to combine both batch and near-real-time streams, so you don’t need to construct separate data pipelines.
Monday, 12 June 2017
Azure Event Hubs new auto-inflate lets you automatically scale-up the number of Throughput Units (TUs) on an Event Hubs namespace to meet usage needs. This feature prevents throttling when data ingress rates exceed set Throughput Units or when data egress rates exceed set TUs.
Wednesday, 14 September 2016
Of the many key scenarios for Event Hubs, are long term data archival and downstream micro-batch processing. Customers typically use compute (Event Processor Host/Event Receivers) or Stream Analytics jobs to perform these archival or batch processing tasks. These along with other custom downstream solutions involve significant overhead with regards to scheduling and managing batch jobs. Why not have something out-of-the-box that solves this problem? Well, look no further – there’s now a lovely, nifty feature called Event Hubs Archive!
Monday, 25 July 2016
Azure Service Bus services will be coming soon to new Azure portal. Learn more about some of these upcoming changes.