Learn how to create a storage account that will act as a publisher.
- [Instructor] Now with some theory about…Azure Event Grid behind us, let's solidify…our understanding by looking at Event Grid in a demo.…So, some real functioning examples.…Now, you know that the Event Grid has got…numerous subscribers, publishers, I'm going to…keep things simple, I'm going to use a storage account…as a publisher, and an Azure Function will be able to…subscribe to the messages coming from the storage account.…So, I'm logged into my Azure portal here,…and go ahead and launch the Azure Cloud Shell.…
Now the first time you launch this,…it'll ask you to provision a simple…storage account, so go ahead and do that.…Now, I will need some infrastructure, so the first thing…I will do, is that I go ahead and create some infrastructure…for myself, specifically, I'll go ahead and create…a resource group, so let's go ahead and do that.…A-Z group create dash dash name, I'm going to call…my research group S-M, let's go ahead…and put this in west-central US.…So, I'm going to create this resource group and everything…
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Azure Event Grid is a fully managed, intelligent event-routing service that allows for uniform and efficient event consumption using a publish-subscribe model. An alternative to expensive polling, Event Grid allows your services to talk to each other more efficiently and securely. This course demonstrates how to react to relevant events across Azure in near real-time fashion. Get an overview of Event Grid, and learn how it compares to other routing services: Service Bus, Event Hubs, and Queue Storage. Review the security features, and see how Event Grid handles message delivery when it doesn't get a response from an endpoint. Instructor Sahil Malik then demonstrates a practical use case for the technology, using Event Grid to react to Azure Blog Storage events.
- What is Azure Event Grid?
- Security and authentication
- Delivery and retry
- Using Event Grid with Azure Blog Storage