Bring Event Hubs and Service Bus to Azure Stack
I want to have event hubs in Azure Stack so that I can use it for Azure Functions. I also would like to use it for processing events for IoT and other devices
Axel Bøg Andersen commented
Really? No Service Bus or Event Hub? We will never get rid of IaaS servers on Azure Stack this way.
Bill Demsky commented
I would agree with all the previous comments, we will not consider Azure stack without premium service bus. Transparent integration with the Azure premium service bus is a must.
Shankar Sama - MSFT commented
Thanks for your feedback. We are pleased to inform you that we are bringing Event Hubs to Azure Stack. We announced Private Preview at Ignite 2018. Please find more details here: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/eventhubs/2018/09/25/introducing-event-hubs-for-azure-stack/
Service Bus will follow next.
Fedder Skovgaard commented
As Service Bus for Windows Server is now out of Mainstream support, we need a roadmap for bringing Service Bus as an option for Azure Stack, Ref: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/collaboration-and-federation-azure-service-bus-messaging-on-premises-futures/ This announcement is now more than a year ago, so the roadmap should be solid.
Must have. From experience, any significant Azure deployment footprint has Service Bus as part of it.
Jani Skulj commented
We need service bus, so we could integrate Dynamics 365.
Either this or a workable solution, but why introduce something new if there is an existing solution (Event Hubs and service bus)?
Pim Waaijenberg commented
This is a must be for companies that prefer to keep their data close.
We really need this, Microsoft!
Jan d'Engelbronner commented
Service Bus in Azure Stack; a must have.
Maximilian Wurm commented
...without ServiceBus, it is kind of impossible to port the average Cloud Service to Azure Stack. :/
I really consider it one of the most fundamental services. Please offer it in the near future.