Building Event-Driven Integration Architectures with Azure Event Grid

 
English Intermediate Integration

In today’s world of ubiquitous data and connectivity, customers expect information to be delivered in real-time and delivered to multiple consumers. Traditional point-to-point integration solutions or polling-based messaging architectures simply cannot meet this demand. Learn how to leverage cloud-based eventing platforms such as Azure Event Grid to push notifications to multiple targets, use intelligent routing, and provide unlimited scalability.

Speaker

Dan Toomey

Microsoft Azure MVP | Senior Integration Specialist, Deloitte

Dan is a Senior Integration Specialist for Deloitte as well as a Microsoft Azure MVP, a Microsoft Certified Solution Expert in Cloud Platform (MCSE), a Microsoft Certified Azure Developer (MCPD), and a Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist (MCTS) in BizTalk Server 2010. He’s also a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and a published Pluralsight author. Dan is an international speaker, invited to present at global events such as INTEGRATE (London & USA) and PolarConf (Finland), as well as many Australian events such as Microsoft Ignite Australia (Sydney), API Days (Melbourne), the Global Azure Bootcamp and Xamarin Dev Days. He founded the Brisbane BizTalk User Group in 2005, and is co-organiser of the Brisbane Azure User Group. Dan has authored two courses for Pluralsight and is an active blogger [http://www.mindovermessaging.com].

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