Designing a Telemetry Pipeline using Azure Event Hubs, Azure Service Bus, Azure Stream Analytics and SignalR - Level: 300

Designing a Telemetry Pipeline using Azure Event Hubs, Azure Service Bus, Azure Stream Analytics and SignalR - Level: 300

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Level: 300, Utvecklare

On-line gaming, application monitoring and Internet of Things (IoT) projects often generate high volume telemetry streams. Processing these telemetry streams effectively, creating live reporting and archiving telemetry data for analysis can add great value to the solution. Microsoft Azure provides a number of services that can be leveraged to create a scalable and highly available telemetry pipeline with minimal development and management overhead. Understanding how to work with these technologies effectively in your projects will be a valuable asset. In this session Alan will cover the architectural and design requirements of telemetry processing pipelines. He will then highlight Microsoft Azure services that could be used to build and demonstrate a telemetry pipeline for an on-line racing game using Azure Service Bus Event Hubs, Azure Stream Analytics, Azure Service Bus Brokered Messaging, Azure Storage, SignalR and an Azure Web App. The telemetry pipeline will feature an archive channel to store driver telemetry data and a web based live driver tracker hosted in Azure. He will also cover the usage of this architecture for the Global Racing Game Lab that featured at the 2017 Global Azure Bootcamp showing how the services held up in a real-world high load scenario.