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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
7/3/2018 Event Hubs Preview Feature The Azure team is happy to announce the public preview of IP Filtering for Event Hubs Standard and Dedicated price plans. Link Link Details
7/3/2018 Event Hubs Preview Feature Azure Event Hubs, a highly reliable and easily scalable data streaming platform as a service (PaaS) offering has been prolific this year with new features such as Availability Zones and a big investment into Open Source with enabling support for Apache Kafka. We are now announcing a public preview of Virtual Network Service Endpoints. Link Link Details
6/21/2018 Event Hubs Preview Feature Today, we are adding to the durability of the service and offering support for Availability Zones in public preview for Standard Event Hubs. This new feature adds even greater resiliency and fault tolerance to the top event streaming service. Support for Availability Zones partners nicely with our disaster recovery feature to offer a highly available service that can withstand both a zone outage and a regional one when both are properly utilized. Link Link Details
5/10/2018 Event Hubs Preview Feature Organizations need data driven strategies to increase competitive advantage. Customers want to stream data or analyze in real-time to get valuable insights faster. To meet these big data needs, you need a massively scalable distributed event driven messaging platform with multiple producers and consumers Apache Kafka and Azure Event Hubs provide such distributed platforms. Link Link Details
5/1/2018 Event Hubs Preview Feature We are happy to have the new client libraries for Go, Python, and Node.js in public preview. Do your application logging or click stream analytics pipelines, live Dashboarding, or any telemetry processing with our rich ecosystem offering language of your choice. Link Link Details
4/26/2018 Event Hubs Preview Feature You can now efficiently send events and receive event streams from Azure Event Hubs in your Python applications by using the updated Event Hubs package for Python. To get started, run pip install azure-eventhub and follow the README to learn how to address common scenarios. You can now efficiently send events and receive event streams from Azure Event Hubs in your Node.js applications by using the updated Event Hubs package for Node.js. To get started, run npm install azure-event-hubs and follow the README to learn how to address common scenarios. Link Link Details
4/12/2018 Stream Analytics Preview Feature To improve the self-service troubleshooting experience, integration of Azure Stream Analytics with Azure Monitor is in preview. This integration provides a systematic way to deal with lost, late, or malformed data, while enabling efficient mechanisms to investigate errors caused by bad data. Having immediate access to data that causes errors helps you quickly address problems. You can control how a job acts when errors occur in data, and persist relevant event data and operational metadata (for example, occurrence time and counts) in Azure Storage or Azure Event Hubs. You can use this data for diagnostics and troubleshooting offline. You can also analyze data routed to Azure Storage by using the visualization and analytics capabilities of Azure Log Analytics. Link Link Details
3/29/2018 Event Hubs Region Update Geo-disaster recovery for Azure Event Hubs is now enabled in all Azure regions. You can now enable this configuration on your existing namespaces and new namespaces in the region of your choice. Link Link Details
3/29/2018 Event Hubs Preview Features You can now integrate Azure Event Hubs in your Go applications by using the new Event Hubs package for Go. To get started, run go get github.com/Azure/azure-event-hubs-go or dep ensure -add github.com/Azure/azure-event-hubs-go and follow the README. API docs are available on GoDoc. Link Link Details

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