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“Easily Setup Event Hub Trigger for Azure Function with User-Assigned Managed Identity – Step-by-Step Guide”

Exploring Azure Event Hubs Triggers for Azure Functions
Introduction
Azure Event Hubs is a fully-managed, cloud-based event processing service that can process millions of events per second. It provides a distributed streaming platform for events and real-time analytics. Azure Event Hubs Triggers for Azure Functions enables you to trigger functions based on events that are sent to Event Hubs. This makes it easy to build applications that react to events from Event Hubs, without having to write any code. This article will walk you through the process of setting up an Event Hubs Trigger for an Azure Function.

What is an Event Hubs Trigger?
An Event Hubs Trigger is a trigger that fires when an event is sent to Event Hubs. When an event is sent, the trigger will call the Azure Function associated with it. This allows you to easily create applications that react to events sent to Event Hubs without having to write any code.

How to Setup an Event Hubs Trigger for an Azure Function
Setting up an Event Hubs Trigger for an Azure Function is simple and can be done in just a few steps.

Step 1: Create an Event Hubs Namespace
The first step is to create an Event Hubs Namespace. To do this, go to the Azure Portal and click on “Create a resource”. Select “Event Hubs” from the list of resources and click “Create”.

Step 2: Create an Event Hub
Once the Event Hubs Namespace has been created, you can create an Event Hub. To do this, go to the Event Hubs Namespace and click “New Event Hub”. Give the Event Hub a name and click “Create”.

Step 3: Create an Event Hubs Trigger
Once the Event Hub has been created, you can create an Event Hubs Trigger. To do this, go to the Azure Portal and select the “Function Apps” resource. Select the Function App you want to use and click “New Event Hub Trigger”.

Step 4: Configure the Event Hubs Trigger
Once the Event Hubs Trigger has been created, you can configure it. To do this, go to the Event Hubs Trigger and select the Event Hub you want to use. Configure the trigger to listen for events and select the function you want to associate with the trigger.

Conclusion
Setting up an Event Hubs Trigger for an Azure Function is a simple and straightforward process. This can be done in just a few steps. With an Event Hubs Trigger, you can easily create applications that react to events sent to Event Hubs without having to write any code.
References:
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