Building Messaging Endpoints in AzureOptions for an event-driven cloud architecture
Couldn’t make the webinar? Simply mad about messaging in Azure? Watch the recording!
Building messaging endpoints in the cloud is complicated. There’s really no direct equivalent to hosting them in Windows Services on-prem. Azure does, however, offer many options for integrating messaging into existing deployments or building scalable, standalone resources. While the landscape of choices may seem addled with uncertainty, there are ways to evaluate what stacks up best for you.
In this webinar, Jimmy Bogard compares and contrasts different methods of building messaging endpoints in Azure, from IaaS to serverless.
You’ll learn all about:
- Messaging endpoints and how they differ from the workload of a web application/web API
- The different options for hosting message endpoints in Azure
- The pros and cons of each approach and what scenarios are most appropriate to each
Whether you’re moving your architecture to the cloud or already there, getting messaging right is key. Watch now to learn how different messaging endpoint options will help you achieve that holy grail of flexibility, seamlessness, and stability.
Jimmy is a Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD) and is an active member in the .NET community, serving as President of the Austin .NET User Group, leading multiple open source projects with millions of downloads worldwide, giving technical presentations, and facilitating technical book clubs. Jimmy is the author of the book ASP.NET MVC in Action, has received the “Microsoft Most Valuable Professional” (MVP) award for ASP.NET every year since 2009, and speaks regularly at international technology conferences.
Joshua is responsible for inside sales and account management at Headspring. He has 10 years experience selling custom software solutions ranging from software modernization to mobile applications and IoT. His current focus is on helping enterprise clients with legacy applications move to modern platforms with modern code, allowing them to scale their business through Digital Transformation.