One of the most overlooked capabilities in Azure Cosmos DB is its change feed. This little gem sits quietly behind every container in your database, watches for changes, and maintains a persistent record of them in the order they occur. Discover use cases and tips for using this powerful feature.
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!
Searching for how to change your partition key in Azure Cosmos DB? You have come to the right place! Learn how to achieve this by leveraging Change Feed and Bulk Execution features in Azure Cosmos DB to live migrate containers.
Creating event sourcing solutions with Azure Cosmos DB is easy with Azure Functions Triggers, where you can leverage the Change Feed Processor's powerful scaling and reliable event detection functionality, without the need to maintain any worker infrastructure. You can just focus on your Azure Function's logic without worrying about
Azure Cosmos DB now has GA support for Change Feed for its Cassandra API. This now allows users of Azure Cosmos DB's Cassandra API to get the same great advantages of using Change Feed as enjoyed by users of SQL (Core) API and MongoDB API.
What is Change Feed?
Azure Cosmos DB's Change Feed is a persistent log of documents within a container.