From connected cars to heath care, the proliferation of real time data from IoT devices is disrupting traditional industry. At Microsoft, the CSE team, partners with start-ups and international companies, to solve their technical challenges. The outcomes of these engagements are open sourced and shared with the developer community. We recently partnered with Otonomo, a local start up in the connected car industry to provide python support for processing millions of messages per a second using the Azure Event Hubs SDK. In this session we will introduce the new SDK and show how to integrate it into a custom workflow using Kubernetes and the Event Processing Host.
17:30-18:00 – Gathering
18:00-18:10 – Opening
18:10-19:10 - Azure Event Hub Ingestion at Scale with Python and Kubernetes
• Connected Car HSD Challenge processing millions of messages a second.
• Overview Eventhub and the EPH architecture
• Python EPH Solution Walkthrough
• Kubernetes EPH Demo
19:10-19:30 - Food, networking & more questions
About the speaker
Aaron (Ari) Bornstein is an avid AI enthusiast with a passion for history, engaging with new technologies and computational medicine. As an Open Source Engineer at Microsoft's Global Commercial Software Engineering team, he collaborates with Israeli Start-Ups, to solve real world problems with game changing technologies that are then documented, open sourced, and shared with the developer community.