Azure provides a lot of messaging solutions and it can become overwhelming for architects and developers to know when to use which server and for what use case. In this talk, Bahram Banisadr will show real life scenarios, code and discuss architecture patterns for messaging and events using Azure Event Hubs, Service Bus, Event Grid, and Storage Queues.
Watch the session for more details.
BRK3341 – Architect your solution with queues, grids, and hubs: When to use which and for what
Microsoft Ignite 2018
Azure Event Grid
Azure Event Hubs
Azure Service Bus
Azure Storage Queues
DevOps is a culture and practice that unifies people, processes and tools across development and operations groups that aims to help deliver software faster and more reliably.
In this e-book from from O’Reilly, you get a practical guide for improving collaboration across teams, promoting efficient use of tools, and using the concepts of DevOps to work more effectively. You’ll also:
- Explore the foundations and four pillars of effective DevOps: Collaboration, affinity, tools, and scaling.
- Get an overview of DevOps, including the evolution, foundational terminology, and concepts.
- Understand common misconceptions about DevOps and anti-patterns used in the practice.
See what it looks like to make effective changes in your organization using a DevOps mindset.
Download the e-book from here. This book was published on August 31, 2018.
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This week Microsoft is kicking off its Ignite 2018 conference in Orlando, Florida. Which is taking happening from September 24-29, 2018. If you’re like me and not there in person you can still watch all the keynotes and sessions live online or watch it later on-demand. Some of the expected big highlights will be around AI, Azure, IT, Microsoft 365, Data and so much more.
From high-level strategy and deep product dives to hands-on labs and immersive experiences—the insights and connections you’ll gain at Microsoft Ignite are great for your company and your career.
Join the conversation and follow along online with the Twitter hashtag #MSIgnite
Microsoft Ignite 2018