Azure Stream Analytics brings complex event processing to the Azure cloud platform. This course will teach you how Stream Analytics Jobs can be integrated with other Azure services and used to process event and telemetry streams.
Event-based applications, internet of things projects, and online games can generate a vast amount of event and telemetry data. In this course, Microsoft Azure Batch: Getting Started, you'll learn how to query and analyze these event streams to be able to provide updates and visualization in real-time. First, you'll explore the functionality of Azure Stream Analytics, creating SQL-like queries to analyze telemetry and event data. Next, you'll look into integrating these query jobs with other Azure services so that they can receive telemetry from a driving game and send the query results to a number of different services. Finally, you'll examine data and business intelligence tools to visualize the output data created by stream analytics. The scenario for this course uses telemetry data created during the Global Azure Bootcamp racing game lab to provide real-world telemetry and lap data for the demos and examples, and by the end of this course you'll have a solid grasp of the steps needed to complete such a project.
Alan Smith is a Windows Azure developer, trainer, mentor and evangelist at Active Solution in Stockholm. He has a strong hands-on philosophy and focusses on embracing the power and flexibility of cloud computing to deliver engaging and exciting demos.