Sajeetharan Sinnathurai

Senior Program Manager , Azure CosmosDB

About Me, Hi there 👋 I am Sajee, With over 13 years of experience in the IT industry, I am a Cloud Solution Architect, an enthusiast in Cloud and Web Development. I work at Microsoft in the Azure Cosmos DB engineering team as Product Manager, enabling features and making Cosmos DB as the preferred database for application developers. My skill in Web Application Architecture, Cloud and more has seen me become a Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies and the first Google developer expert in Web technology in the country I am also the top contributor on Stack Overflow and I rank among the top 10 contributors in the world on Angular, Azure etc. Apart from that I am also a reviewer on and BPB publications. I mainly focus on channeling my knowledge into open source projects and sharing it with the community by mentoring, creating POCS,running workshops, writing blogs to help make the world a better and more developed place. You can find me on twitter @kokkisajee. I know the many pains I had when I started with the Cosmos DB, particularly as a developer with a SQL background, But what are yours? I love hearing from developers and anyone using the cloud. My DMs are always open, so feel free to say hello!

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Announcing Data API builder for Azure Cosmos DB

We are super excited to announce the public preview of Data API builder. A new feature that allows customers to instantly and securely build a GraphQL API for Azure Cosmos DB for NoSQL and Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL.   A quick look at Data API Builder  With Data API Builder, database objects can be exposed via REST or GraphQL ...

Larger document sizes and $expr support in Azure Cosmos DB API for MongoDB

We are excited to announce these recent updates in Azure Cosmos DB API for MongoDB that enable larger document sizes and expressions in your queries.   16MB document support (General Availability) To keep database operations as efficient as possible, it is best practice to keep documents to a small size. This applies to Azure ...

Now Generally Available – Partial Document Update in Azure Cosmos DB

Check out the new partial document update feature for Azure Cosmos DB Core (SQL) API, announced at Microsoft Ignite. This feature makes it possible to use the Java, .NET, and Node.js SDKs to perform path-level updates to specific fields/properties in a single document without needing to perform a full document read-replace operation.

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