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1/21/2019 IoT Hub New Features We are happy to share that you can now export data to Azure Event Hubs and Azure Service Bus in near real-time from your Azure IoT Central app! Previously, Continuous Data Export enabled exporting your IoT Central measurements, devices, and device templates data to your Azure Blob Storage account once every minute for cold path storage and analytics. Now you can export this data in near real-time to your Azure Event Hubs and Azure Service Bus instances for analytics and monitoring. Link Link Details
12/20/2018 Event Hubs General Availability Virtual Networks and Firewall rules for both Azure Event Hubs and Azure Service Bus are now generally available. This feature adds to the security and control you have over your cloud environments. Take advantage of the Azure backbone network to secure access to your premium Azure Service Bus namespaces and standard and dedicated Azure Event Hubs offerings on all public regions. Link Link Details
12/20/2018 Service Bus General Availability Virtual Networks and Firewall rules for both Azure Event Hubs and Azure Service Bus are now generally available. This feature adds to the security and control you have over your cloud environments. Take advantage of the Azure backbone network to secure access to your premium Azure Service Bus namespaces and standard and dedicated Azure Event Hubs offerings on all public regions. Link Link Details
11/7/2018 Event Hubs General Availability We are excited to announce the general availability of Azure Event Hubs for Apache Kafka. With Azure Event Hubs for Apache Kafka, you get the best of both worlds—the ecosystem and tools of Kafka, along with Azure’s security and global scale. Link Link Details
9/26/2018 Stream Analytics New Feature Visual Studio tooling for Azure Stream Analytics further enhances the local testing capability to help users test their queries against live data or event streams from cloud sources such as Azure Event Hubs or IoT Hub. This helps developers test their queries without having to stop and restart their jobs, so they're more efficient. Link Link Details
9/24/2018 Databricks Preview Feature Azure Databricks comes built in with the ability to connect to Azure Data Lake Storage, Cosmos DB, SQL DW, Event Hubs, IoT Hubs, and several other services. We now have the ability to allow customers to store connection strings or secrets in the Azure Key Vault.Azure Key Vault can help you securely store and manage application secrets reducing the chances of accidental loss of security information by centralizing the storage of secrets.When using Key Vault with Azure Databricks to create secret scopes, data scientists and developers no longer need to store security information such as SAS tokens or connections strings in their notebooks. Access to a key vault requires proper authentication and authorization before a user can get access. Authentication establishes the identity of the user, while authorization determines the operations that they are allowed to perform. Link Link Details
9/24/2018 Event Hubs General Availability Version 1.0 of the Node.js package for Azure Event Hubs is now generally available. Link Link Details
9/13/2018 Event Hubs General Availability Version 1.0 of the Azure Event Hubs package for Go is now generally available. Link Link Details
9/5/2018 Event Hubs General Availability Version 1.0 of the Python package for Azure Event Hubs is now generally available. Event Hubs queues can receive millions of events per second from sources like Azure IoT hubs, cloud application logs, and data analysis services like Azure HDInsight. And the queues can route these events to managed services like Azure Stream Analytics, Azure Functions, and Azure Cosmos DB. By using this new package, developers can send events from any Python application to Event Hubs and receive and handle events in Python applications and systems. Link Link Details
7/30/2018 Monitor Preview Feature Today in partnership with the Azure Active Directory (AAD) team we are excited to announce the public preview of AAD Activity Logs using Azure Monitor diagnostic settings. Azure Monitor diagnostic settings enable you to stream log data from an Azure service to three destinations: an Azure storage account, an Event Hubs namespace, and/or a Log Analytics workspace. This allows you to easily route logs from any Azure service to a data archive, SIEM tool, or custom log processing tool. With today’s announcement, you will now be able to route your AAD audit and sign in logs to these same destinations, centralizing all of your Azure service logs in one pipeline. Link Link Details

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