Handling Streaming Data with Azure Event Hub
Azure Event Hubs is a tool for reliably streaming real-time events. This course will teach you the basics of using Azure Event Hubs, including creating an event hub, sending and receiving events, and storing events for long term access.
What you'll learn
Processing streaming data often requires low latencies and scalability.
In this course, Handling Streaming Data with Azure Event Hub, you’ll gain the ability to use Azure Event Hubs to receive and process events in real-time.
- First, you’ll learn how Azure Event Hubs is designed and how it compares to other tools like Kafka.
- Next, you’ll see how to send and receive events.
- Finally, you’ll understand how to extract the data for streaming analysis or archiving.
Table of contents
- What Goes in an Event Hubs Solution? 5m
- Creating an Event Hub Publisher? 5m
- Demo: Creating an Event Hub Using the CLI 6m
- Demo: Creating an Event Hub Using the Portal 5m
- Demo: Getting a Connection String 3m
- Sending and Receiving Events 3m
- Demo: Publishing Events in Python 4m
- Demo: Publishing Events in Java 3m
- Demo: Consuming Events in Python 5m
- Demo: Consuming Events in Java 4m
- Summary 0m
Azure Event Hub is a tool for reliably streaming real-time events, similar to Kafka.
Some of the major topics that we will cover include messaging, architectures, creating and consuming event messages and extracting events for analytics.
Before starting this course, you should be familiar with Azure in general.