Tag: messaging

Internet of Things (IoT) Messaging Architecture 5

Internet of Things (IoT) Messaging Architecture

Internet of Things (IoT) architecture requires a different kind of message queue based communication than other types of software systems or big data solutions. Most of these solutions will implement some type of one-way messaging […]

Azure Event Grid vs Azure IoT Hub: Which is better for IoT? 6

Azure Event Grid vs Azure IoT Hub: Which is better for IoT?

Both Azure Event Grid and Azure IoT Hub are massively scalable messaging services in the Microsoft Azure Cloud. There’s a lot of talk about Azure Event Grid; partially because it’s a new service (at this […]

A Tour of Azure Messaging Services (Queues, Event Grid, IoT Hub, and More) 7

A Tour of Azure Messaging Services (Queues, Event Grid, IoT Hub, and More)

In the early days of Microsoft Azure, there were only a couple message queue service; Azure Storage Queue and Service Bus. This was way back in early 2010. Over the years, there have been a […]

Messaging Architecture: What is AMQP?

Messaging has become pretty fundamental with the wider adoption of Microservices and other cloud design pattern. There are many ways to transmit a message. Many messaging systems today, like Azure Service Bus, use a protocol called […]

Azure IoT Hub Now Generally Available

On Feb 3, 2016, Microsoft announced that Microsoft Azure IoT Hub is now Generally Available (GA). Azure IoT Hub service is available stand-alone or as one of the services within the Microsoft Azure IoT Suite. […]

What is Azure IoT Hub?

Security and reliability are 2 huge problem areas to overcome with the Internet of Things (IoT). The Microsoft Azure IoT Hub is the cloud solution Microsoft has created to grant developers a solution to both […]