An introduction to stream processing and it's use cases. Introduction to Azure Event Hubs for real time data ingestion and the various methods for ingesting and extracting data from Event Hubs. Finally, we'll take a look at processing the data in real time from Event Hub using Stream Analytics. The talk is a hitch hiker's guide to stream processing in Azure with Event Hub and Stream Analytics and it's possibilities.
Platform Engineer with a passion for architecture and distributed systems, with a keen interest in building microservices at scale with APIs, leveraging event-driven architecture.An active member of tech communities with experience in contributing to open source projects in the Cloud Native ecosystem, among others. 5x Azure Certified among other cloud certifications.
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