What’s better than faster queries – how about an order of magnitude faster queries? That’s what indexes do in the API for MongoDB. Let’s dive into the three things that are most important for MongoDB developers to know about indexing when building their applications on the API for MongoDB.
How to use the information you know about your database clusters to estimate the provisioned throughput request units you'll need when migrating NoSQL data to Azure Cosmos DB and avoid over-provisioning or overpaying
Azure Cosmos DB now offers continuous backup with point-in-time restore capabilities. This feature can help to recover your database from accidental delete of accounts, containers or mutation of data. The restore can be accomplished through a wide area of tools available on the platform.
Announced at Microsoft Ignite, Azure Cosmos DB API for Mongo DB v4.0 is now generally available! Discover exciting new features like multi-document transactions, explore upgrade options, and learn about the top three reasons you should upgrade now.
In this blog, we’ll cover how to add and remove indexes using the new indexing policy editor. We’ll also highlight the differences in best practices for indexing in Azure Cosmos DB’s API for MongoDB and native MongoDB.
Azure Synapse Link now supports querying Azure Cosmos DB data using Synapse SQL serverless. This capability, available in public preview, allows you to use familiar analytical T-SQL queries and build powerful near real-time BI dashboards on Azure Cosmos DB data.