We are looking at option of Sitecore Integration with Tealium Collect which in turns integrate with Azure Eventhubs or similar.
Do we have any live example where we have done it? or any documents which can help us out to take decision?
We do have a request in to build an API integration for Sitecore, but at this time any integration with Sitecore will have to be done via Data Layer Enrichment. Meaning Tealium iQ can set a cookie based on the AudienceStream data, and Sitecore can read this cookie and personalize based on its existance. We do have a client or two live with this type of integration, though I do not believe we can provide full details of the integration. I believe Sitecore can read cookies by default which is the key point of my answer.
In regard to Azure, we are discussing the ability to integrate similar to what we have done with Amazon. We do want to provide our customers with the ability to host on a platform of their choice, but at this time it's not a direct option. If Azure has the ability to have an open endpoint, the Tealium Collect tag can be used to post the data layer directly to Azure, but you would need to write an ETL to be able to ingest the JSON object into the system in a format that fits your system. It's exactly like our current EventStore offering, except that you'd be hosting on your Microsoft instance instead of our Amazon instance.
Your deployment team should be able to provide the technical assistance to do either of the above, and they know they can reach out to me or our Digital Strategy team to get more information if need be.
I hope this helps!
We recently made an update to be able to integrate with an Azure Service Bus queue. Please follow the directions below and let me know if you are successful in connecting.
Also, please note that I had no experience with Azure when setting this up. If anything is mistated, incorrect, or you have any general updates I should make please do not hesitate to reach out and let me know.