Building Event-Driven Applications Using Azure
Thursday, July 29, 2021 - 7:30 PM UTC, for 1 hour.
Regular, 60 minute presentation
Room: African 50 & African 60
Have your microservices turned into a macro-mess? Does your infrastructure keep blowing up from infrequent deluges of requests? Trying to figure out the difference between an Event Hub, Service Bus, Event Grid, or Service Hub? (The last one doesn't exist, at least for now.) Event-driven architectures will help you build applications that are more scalable and easier to maintain. Events can help you smooth out load, decouple microservices, and be more productive. It's not the right architecture for every situation, but it's a good one to keep in your toolbox. Azure has different services to cover a variety of event-based scenarios. In this talk, you'll learn about building event-driven applications in Azure. You'll learn about when to use events in your architecture and how to implement them in Azure. You'll learn about the different event technologies available in Azure and when to use each one. By the end of this talk, you'll be ready to build event-driven architectures on Azure.
A general understanding of different application patterns like Microservices and Monoliths would be helpful.