A Guide Through The Azure Messaging Services

 
English Introductory Integration

Almost any solution we build will have some sort of messaging in their architecture. But how do we choose what type of messaging we need? From messages to events, from streams to publish and subscribe, the options seem overwhelming. In this session we will dive into the various types of messaging, and which services we can leverage in Azure to implement them. Once finished, you the world of messaging is at your feet, and you will be able to counter any type of messaging which comes on your path.

Speaker

Eldert Grootenboer

Cloud Solution Architect - Azure MVP

Eldert can be described as an Azure MVP, Cloud Solution Architect, blogger, public speaker and technical author. He can regularly be seen on conferences and user groups, speaking on Cloud related topics, with a strong focus on Azure. His experience with the Cloud comes from his daily work with these technologies in many innovative projects with various clients, as well as his drive to further dive into the latest developments in his spare time. Eldert enjoys sharing his knowledge with the community, and believes this is the best way to each other obtain more and better opportunities.

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