Learn how to optimize the network bandwidth usage in your application by taking advantage of EnableContentResponseOnWrite to avoid getting unneeded content as part of your operations with the Azure Cosmos DB .NET SDK
Today, at Microsoft Ignite 2020, we announced new ways to run serverless workloads and bring the power of Azure Synapse Analytics to operational data in Azure Cosmos DB. These capabilities offer new possibilities for NoSQL developers and data analysts to power applications at any size or scale – from dev/test to production. You can explore ...
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 process. ...
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).
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.
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.
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.