Review how a publisher account sends an event and a function receives it.
[Instructor] - Okay, so we have our…Azure function written, a subscription created,…and the publisher, which is a storage account,…already set up and ready to go.…So, what I'm expecting to see now is that under logs,…when I upload a blob into my storage account,…I am expecting to see an event show up here,…specifically this console dot log should kick in.…Lets see if it works.…Okay, let's minimize this.…So I've already set up a program called as the…Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer.…
This is a free download from Microsoft, and when you…start it, log in with your Azure subscription…and add the Azure subscription that…you're working with inside of here.…It should show you the storage accounts that…you currently have created here.…Mine is called SM blob storage,…so that's what I'll be using, and in there…I've created a blob container called test.…Let's go and upload a blob here.…So upload files, and let's see, lets go up here.…
On my desktop, I have a simple text file that I created.…The contents don't matter, it just needs to be a blob.…
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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