Azure Event Hubs is a highly scalable publish-subscribe service that can ingest millions of events per second and stream them to multiple consumers. This client library allows for both publishing and consuming events using Azure Event Hubs. For more information about Event Hubs, see https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/event-hubs/
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package Azure.Messaging.EventHubs -Version 5.1.0
dotnet add package Azure.Messaging.EventHubs --version 5.1.0
<PackageReference Include="Azure.Messaging.EventHubs" Version="5.1.0" />
paket add Azure.Messaging.EventHubs --version 5.1.0
Thank you to our developer community members who helped to make the Event Hubs client libraries better with their contributions to this release:
- Alberto De Natale _([GitHub](https://github.com/albertodenatale))_
- Daniel Marbach _([GitHub]((https://github.com/danielmarbach)))_
#### General availability of preview features
- The set of features from v5.1.0-preview.1 are now generally available. This includes the `EventProcessor<TPartition>` and `PartitionReceiver` types which focus on advanced application scenarios which require greater low-level control.
#### Publishing events
- A set of events may now be published without an explicit batch; a batched approach will be used when communicating with the Event Hubs service, with an implicit batch created on the sender's behalf.
#### Bug fixes and foundation
- The transport producers used for sending events to a specific partition are now managed by a pool with sliding expiration to enable more efficient resource use and cleanup. _(A community contribution, courtesy of ([albertodenatale](https://github.com/albertodenatale))_
- Timing operations have been refactored to make use of a more efficient approach with fewer allocations. (A community contribution, courtesy of _([danielmarbach](https://github.com/albertodenatale))_
- Fixed a bug with EventDataBatch; it is now thread-safe.
- Minor enhancements to reduce allocations and improve efficiency
- Azure.Core (>= 1.2.1)
- Microsoft.Azure.Amqp (>= 2.4.2 && < 3.0.0)
- Microsoft.Bcl.AsyncInterfaces (>= 1.0.0)
- System.Diagnostics.DiagnosticSource (>= 4.6.0)
- System.Reflection.TypeExtensions (>= 4.5.1 && < 4.9.0)
- System.Runtime.Serialization.Primitives (>= 4.3.0)
- System.Threading.Channels (>= 4.6.0)
- System.Threading.Tasks.Extensions (>= 4.5.2)
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