Connect your services together

Service Bus
Event Grid
Event Hubs

Azure lets you create applications composed of various components: web site front-ends, back-end services, and triggered functions that perform compute-on-demand services. Azure also includes various communication strategies to let these various components pass data to each other. Learn how to leverage these communication services to create scalable, efficient solutions out of testable components.



Modules in this learning path

Choose a messaging model in Azure to loosely connect your services

When you have an application that consists of components running on different computers, servers, and mobile devices, reliable communications between those components can be difficult and unreliable. Azure provides several technologies that you can use to communicate more reliably, including Storage queues, Event Hubs, Event Grid, and Service Bus. This module shows you how to choose the best technology for your communication task.

Implement message-based communication workflows with Azure Service Bus

Write C# code in a custom application that sends and receives messages using Azure Service Bus topics and queues.

Communicate between applications with Azure Queue storage

Implement the publish-subscribe pattern in the cloud using Azure Queue storage.

Enable reliable messaging for Big Data applications using Azure Event Hubs

Connect sending and receiving applications with Event Hubs so you can handle extremely high loads without losing data.