Azure Event Grid for Advanced Engineers

Azure Event Grid for Advanced Engineers
Azure Event Grid for Advanced Engineers
English | MP4 | AVC 1280Ă—720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 0h 50m | 157 MB

Event Grid is the glue that connects services in Azure. Nearly every Azure service has the ability to publish events for subscription—which makes it ideal for decoupled and highly scalable architecture. This course is broken into two basic sections: publishing events from various sources and consuming those events from within Azure. Instructor Robby Millsap shows how to emit events, including custom events; debug and run Event Grid locally; and consume events within Azure Functions, Logic Apps, and Doc Factory. Plus, learn how to leverage advanced features, such as persistent messaging.

Topics include:

  • Avoiding anti-patterns
  • Emitting events
  • Emitting custom events
  • Debugging and running Event Grid locally
  • Consuming events
  • Persistent messaging
Table of Contents

1 Connected but decoupled
2 Prerequisites
3 Avoiding antipatterns
4 Core concepts
5 Setting up sample function
6 Emitting Event Grid events with Azure Storage
7 Emitting Event Grid events with Azure Key Vault
8 Emitting Event Grid events with Azure ML
9 Emitting custom events
10 Debugging and running Event Grid locally
11 Consuming Event Grid events with Azure Functions
12 Consuming Event Grid events with Logic Apps
13 Consuming Event Grid events with Data Factory
14 Persistent messaging configuration
15 Next steps