Event Hubs is the popular, highly reliable and extremely scalable event streaming engine that backs thousands of applications across every kind of industry in Microsoft Azure. We are now announcing the availability of the preview version of Event Hubs on Azure Stack Hub. Event Hubs on Azure Stack Hub will allow you to realize cloud and on-premises scenarios that use streaming and event-based architectures. With this preview, you can use the same features of Event Hubs on Azure, such as Kafka protocol support, a rich set of client SDKs, and the same Azure operational model. Whether you are using Event Hubs on a hybrid (connected) scenario or on a disconnected scenario, you will be able to build solutions that support event stream processing at a large scale that is only bound by the Event Hubs cluster size that you provision according to your needs.
With the availability of Event Hubs on your Azure Stack Hub you will be able to implement business scenarios like the following:
Build solutions on Azure that complement or leverage the data processed in your Azure Stack Hub. Send to Azure aggregated data for further processing, visualization, and/or storage. If appropriate, leverage serverless computing on Azure.
Event Hubs offers the same features on Azure and on Azure Stack Hub with very few feature deviations between both platforms. Please consult our documentation on features supported by Event Hubs for more information.
Learn about Event Hubs by consulting our documentation which is applicable to Event Hubs on Azure and on Azure Stack Hub.
If you have a question whether Event Hubs meets your requirements, please consult this article to help you understand the different message brokers that Azure provides and their applicability for different use cases. While currently only Event Hubs is available on Azure Stack Hub, knowing the messaging requirements each of our message brokers seek to meet will give you a clear idea if Event Hubs is the right solution for you.
We are here to help you through your hybrid computing journey. Following are the ways you can get your issues or questions answered by our teams:
You must be a registered user to add a comment. If you've already registered, sign in. Otherwise, register and sign in.