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Azure Event Hub on RabbitMQ Notifications
I have an EventHub and a RabbitMQ queue configured. Is it possible for Azure to be able to forward event notifications into the queue, or must the event hub be a destination, and is there a way to just make a queue available as a destination?
I’ve configured the event hub, and it works fine. I’ve set up a binding in the event hub to a queue, also works fine.
What is the difference between subscribing a queue as a destination versus using a binding to tell the event hub what to forward to the queue? And is there a way to configure a queue as a destination? I’d like for Azure to be able to start listening for messages, and then, when it gets a message, it will send to the queue as a binding event hub to the source queue (in this case RabbitMQ).
Is this possible or do I need to make the EventHub be the destination, then just accept what comes in, and forward it to RabbitMQ?
Thanks for this question. I didn’t find any clear documentation on how to do this, but with some trial & error and help from the Microsoft Azure team, we ended up with this process:
Configure RabbitMQ to forward to a destination queue.
Create a cloud storage account, and configure a queue in it.
Create a CloudBlobContainer to send the notifications. Configure the CloudBlobClient to the