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Getting Started with Azure Event Grid Scenarios | Serverless360 Blog

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/07/30

For my link list, especially because how it categorises the various kinds of messages: [WayBackGetting Started with Azure Event Grid Scenarios | Serverless360 Blog:

  • messaging, which conveys an intent
  • eventing, which conveys a fact
    • series events, which represent a stream of events belonging together (like telemetry, logging, or streaming data)
    • discrete events, which are independent, and report some type of state change

If you use Azure, these solutions then apply to the categories:

  • messaging: Azure Event Bus
  • series events: Azure Event Hub
  • discrete events: Azure Event Grid

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–jeroen

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