Messaging between application components and devices is why engineers invented computer networks. The ultimate computer network is the Internet, which has practically connected all the world’s devices to a single network where any device can send a message to another device. For this reason, there are tons of solutions that provide messaging infrastructure to help broker messages between different kinds of clients and for different use cases. Azure alone has at least eight different services that systems can use to send messages. Some of these are general-purpose, while others are purpose-built.
In this webinar, we’ll show eight different services, when to use them, and some demos of how a few of them work! We’ll look at Storage Queues, Message Bus, Event Hub, Event Grid, IoT Hub, SingnalR Service, Notification Hub, and Send Grid.
Presenter: Blaize Stewart – Microsoft Azure MVP
Blaize is a Microsoft Azure MVP, Microsoft Certified Trainer, Partner Cloud Solution Architect with Microsoft. Blaize has been interested in software development since childhood. He wrote his first commercial app while still in high school. Since that time, Blaize has had diverse experience in all things IT ranging from a network administrator to a software architect and everything in between.
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