Azure Cosmos DB Blog

The latest news, updates and technical insights from the Azure Cosmos DB team

Autoscale + serverless: new offers to fit any workload

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.

Getting started with Azure Cosmos DB using API for MongoDB and Rust

Rust is becoming increasingly popular both externally and internally at Microsoft due to its performance and safety, especially safe concurrency. In this tutorial, we are going to be writing a Rust application to perform create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations on data using Azure Cosmos DB's API for MongoDB. Prerequisites...

Native Mongo shell on Azure Cosmos DB API for MongoDB now in preview

We are happy to announce the preview release for native Mongo shell v3.6.8 on the Data Explorer for Azure Cosmos DB’s API for MongoDB! This will provide you with the native Mongo shell capabilities for database management and CRUD operations. This is available in your Data Explorer either in the Azure Portal or in its stand-alone version...

Azure Private Link for Azure Cosmos DB now generally available

We are thrilled to announce the general availability of Azure Private Link for Azure Cosmos DB, making Azure Cosmos DB the next Azure service compatible with Azure Private Link. What is Azure Private Link Azure Private Link provides private connectivity from a virtual network to Azure platform as a service (PaaS) services. It simplifies the ...

Create a Java Azure Cosmos DB Function Trigger using Visual Studio Code in 2 minutes!

  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 ...

Create a .NET Azure Cosmos DB Function Trigger using Visual Studio Code in 2 minutes!

  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 ...

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