About the authors: Akash & Alp
We are working with many customers who for a variety of reasons such as not having to deal with patching the O/S, upgrades, scalability, etc. are looking to move their Cassandra IaaS workloads to Azure and one of the destinations is Azure Cosmos DB Cassandra API. We wanted to explore and dive deeper into...
Join the private preview for cluster key index in Azure Cosmos DB Cassandra API. To enable on your account contact the Azure Cosmos DB Cassandra API team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Benefits of indexes on clustering keys
Cluster Key Index use cases
We will be creating a table, inserting sample data and running ...
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.
David Pine shares the unofficial Azure Cosmos DB Repository .NET SDK. The repository SDK aims to simplify the consumption of Azure Cosmos DB by abstracting away some of the complexities of the existing .NET SDK and exposes a modern generic repository pattern-based interface.
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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.
Azure Cosmos DB is excited to announce two new offers: autoscale provisioned throughput (GA) and the upcoming preview of serverless. These offers complement our existing standard (manual) provisioned throughput and ensure that Azure Cosmos DB is, more than ever, a database that delivers the best cost and performance for any kind of workload.