Azure Event Hubs
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The Azure Event Hubs output will stream analytics and insights to an Azure Event Hubs endpoint.
To enable this integration, you must have an Azure AD token.
To learn how to create an Azure AD token, see this document from Microsoft.
- name: eventhub-stream type: eventhubstream endpoint: "https://namespace.servicebus.windows.net/hub/messages" token: "azure-ad-token"
Enter a descriptive name for the output or integration.
For outputs, this name will be used to map this destination to a workflow.
This parameter refers to the organization-level integration created in the Integrations page.
If you need to add multiple instances of the same integration into the config, then you can add a custom name to each instance via the name parameter. In this situation, the name should be used to refer to the specific instance of the destination in the workflows.
Enter the Event Hubs endpoint.
Enter the Azure AD token.
This parameter defines which data types to stream to the destination.
If you do not provide a value, then all will be set.
To learn more, see the following section on supported feature types.
Enter a length of time to retry failed streaming data.
After this length of time is reached, the failed streaming data will no longer be tried.
Enter a folder path to temporarily store failed streaming data.
The failed streaming data will be retried until the data reaches its destinations or until the Buffer TTL value is reached.
If you enter a path that does not exist, then the agent will create directories, as needed.
Enter the maximum size of failed streaming data that you want to retry.
If the failed streaming data is larger than this size, then the failed streaming data will not be retried.
See Streaming Features.
|Alert as event||Yes|
|Alert as log||No|
|Dimensions as attribute||No|
|Send as is||No|
|Send as JSON||No|
|output buffering to disk||No|