It's that time of the year again! The entirety of Microsoft has been working hard this past semester to bring you new features and functionality, and the Azure Cosmos DB is no exception. The Cosmic team has worked hard to deliver disruptive new functionality that goes from automatically scaling your database capacity to expanding the Jupyte
Read about all of the amazing announcements we made at Microsoft BUILD 2020 including Azure Synapse Link for Azure Cosmos DB, autoscale GA, encryption, new Jupyter Notebook features, serverless, new change feed and much more!
We’re excited to announce new features in the preview of Azure Comsos DB Jupyter Notebooks. With our new C# notebooks and integration with GitHub, working with your Azure Cosmos DB data is now easier than ever.
Azure Cosmos DB enhances its enterprise-grade security offering. Encryption at rest with customer-managed keys is now generally available, adding a second layer of encryption on top of the default service-managed keys.
Azure Cosmos DB is excited to announce two new offers: autoscale provisioned throughput (GA) and the upcoming preview of serverless. These offers complement our existing standard (manual) provisioned throughput and ensure that Azure Cosmos DB is, more than ever, a database that delivers the best cost and performance for any kind of workload.
Learn about how you can use Azure Synapse Link for Azure Cosmos DB to analyze large volumes of operational data directly in near real-time with no ETL pipelines and no performance impact on transactional workloads
We are happy to announce the preview release for native Mongo shell v3.6.8 on the Data Explorer for Azure Cosmos DB’s API for MongoDB! This will provide you with the native Mongo shell capabilities for database management and CRUD operations. This is available in your Data Explorer either in the Azure Portal or in its stand-alone version.