How should you handle reference tables that are common in the relational database world when working in Azure Cosmos DB? This post walks through some of the differences SQL professionals will encounter, and how developing in a Azure Cosmos DB environment compares to a relational database management service (RDBMS).
As a NoSQL database, Azure Cosmos DB requires you think about data modeling in new ways. In this post, we’ll use a familiar real-world relational data model and refactor it as a non-relational data model for Azure Cosmos DB.
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.
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.
We are constantly adding new query and indexing features to Azure Cosmos DB. This blog outlines a few recent query and indexing improvements for aggregates, inequality filters, and
dates and time system functions. This blog covers updates during the first four months of 2020.
In this second of our series for the Azure Cosmos DB Java SDK v4 for Core (SQL) API, I’m going to explore our new Async API.
To get you caught up though go check out the first post in this series Azure Cosmos DB Java SDK v4 - New Java SDK Quickstart Guide and Sample Code!
Current users of our Java SDK v2 are familiar with our Sync API ...