Event Grid

Posted on Monday, Jan 29, 2018
Please join the Event Grid program manager Bahram Banisadr, and our hosts Pete Roden and David Barkol to learn about Azure Event Grid. We will discuss how the product compares to Service Bus and Event Hubs and review how it works with other IaaS and PaaS services to make integrations easier!

Azure Event Grid is a fully-managed intelligent event routing service that allows for uniform event consumption using a publish-subscribe model. Use Azure Event Grid to react to relevant events across both Azure and non-Azure services in near-real time fashion. Learn how to use Azure Event Grid with our quickstarts, tutorials, and samples.

Show Notes

00:00 - 00:15 - Intro

00:15 - 2:45 - Guest Bio’s - Bahram Banisadr and David Barkol

01:00 -03:42 - Overview of Event Grid

03:42 - 04:58 - Targeted Sub-Second Latency Goals

04:58 - 07:07 - Architecture Design with Event Grid

07:07 - 10:13 - Distinguishing between Service Bus, Relays, and Event Grid

10:13 - 11:21 - Event Grid SLAs

11:21 - 12:30 - At least once delivery architecture

12:30 - 15:30 - Events versus Commands (Event Grid vs Event Hubs)

15:30 - 16:30 - Event Grid Retries Architecture

16:30 - 17:25 - Deadletter Roadmap

17:25 - 20:00 - Serverless Messaging Use Case

20:00 - 21:30 - DevOps Use Case

21:30 - 22:30 - Integration Scenarios

22:30 - 25:00 - Misconceptions

25:00 - 26:17 - Limitations

26:17 - 29:45 - Event Grid Roadmap

29:45 - 30:22 - Go Dos
Event Grid Documenation
CLI Quickstart
Portal Quickstart

Guests

Bahram Banisadr

Bahram Banisadr

Bahram is the PM responsible for Azure Event Grid; part of the Azure Messaging suite of products including Event Hubs, Service Bus, and Azure Relay. He’s interested in messaging and serverless, but also how they interact with the real world.

David Barkol

David Barkol

David Barkol is an architect on Microsoft’s Global Black Belt team. At Microsoft, he focuses on providing relevant and innovative solutions for customers and partners on Azure. His interests are primarily around custom application development and serverless technologies.

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