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Version 1.0 of the Azure Event Hubs package for Go is generally available.
Version 1.0 of the Python package for Azure Event Hubs is now generally available.
Send events and receive event streams from Azure Event Hubs in your Node.js applications by using the updated package.
Send events and receive event streams from Azure Event Hubs in your Python applications by using the updated package.
You can now integrate Azure Event Hubs in your Go applications by using the new Event Hubs package for Go.
Event Hubs Capture (formerly Archive) is generally available.
Azure Event Hubs Archive, now in public preview, enables you to automatically deliver the streaming data in Event Hubs to a Blob storage account of your choice.
You can now use the Azure portal to create and manage Event Hubs namespaces.
We are excited to announce the new Azure Event Hubs integration features of API Management. API Management provides a number of analytics reports out-of-the-box, but for deeper customized analysis, monitoring, or troubleshooting, you can now configure your API Management service to log data in the form of events to Azure Event Hubs.
Event Hubs is available in every public Azure region in the world.
A new learning path for Azure Event Hubs has been published.
Event Hubs supports AMQP over Web Sockets to provide expanded connectivity for protocol-constrained networks.
As the onramp for stream processing in the cloud, Event Hubs enables publish-subscribe data distribution in a flexible platform-as-as-service (PaaS) model that can scale with your needs and provide a durable buffer between event publishers and event consumers.
Azure Event Hubs are a real-time highly scalable and fully managed data stream ingestion service.
Azure Event Hubs helps solve data flow challenges where you want to ingest, persist, and process millions of events per second.