New feature: Next time you connect Event Hub with Azure Data Explorer, use the 1-click

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Azure Data Explorer offers ingestion (data loading) from Event Hubs, a big-data streaming platform and event ingestion service. Event Hubs can process millions of events per second in near real-time.

The “1-click” tool now intelligently suggests the relevant table mapping definitions according to the Event Hub source, in just 4 clicks.

 

Click 1:

 

Click on “Ingest new data” in Kusto Web Explorer (KWE) --> Reference to Event Hub

 

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Click 2:

 

Connect the Event Hub as a source for continuous event ingestion to a table (new/existing)

 

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Click 3:

 

The 1-click tool fetches Event Hub events and infers its schema per the event structure. The user must only verify the inferred schema, and make any necessary adjustments.

 

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Click 4:

 

Click on the “Start Ingestion” button to begin inferring the incoming events in either streaming or batching mode, per your needs.

 

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Next time you need to connect Event Hub with Azure Data Explorer, use 1-click for an easy and accurate definition end to end ingestion definition from table to query.

** All actions are revertible by the service (Tools)

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