You can now upgrade your applicable MongoDB account to the latest version by using our automatic database upgrade process. The upgrade process doesn't interrupt the availability of your account and it doesn't consume RU/s or decrease the capacity of the database at any point. No existing data or indexes will be affected by this ...
Azure Cosmos DB serverless is a new consumption-based offer that requires no capacity management. It bills only for the Request Units used by database operations and provides a lower entry price for development, testing and small applications with light traffic.
With our latest service update, you can now create wildcard indexes in accounts that use Azure Cosmos DB’s API for MongoDB. Wildcard indexes are a popular feature in MongoDB 4.2 that allow you to index many properties without enumerating each one.
Azure Cosmos DB now supports case-insensitive Contains, StartsWith, EndsWith, and StringEquals. Additionally, both Contains and EndsWith have had significant performance improvements. You can now store string data in Azure Cosmos DB without having to worry about matching the case in the query.
Announcing the Azure Cosmos DB Java SDK v4 for SQL API is now generally available. Read about all the new features and capabilities as well as how to migrate or get started with new applications today.
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.