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When to use Event Grid and when to use Service Bus - 365 Community

When to use Event Grid and when to use Service Bus

Originally posted on Cloud Avenue:
Asynchronous messaging and Event driven architectures are the building blocks of a truly scalable system, where the services can talk to each other and can scale up and down independently. Where, the outage of one service do not impact the working of others. However, whenever any team starts to define…

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When to use Event Grid and when to use Service Bus

Cloud Avenue Asynchronous messaging and Event driven architectures are the building blocks of a truly scalable system, where the services can talk to each other and can scale up and down independently. Where, the outage of one service do not impact the working of others.

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