Databases Azure CosmosDB GeoSpatial Data SQL Server Programming IoT Iot Edge
Akron, Ohio, United States
Azure Cosmos DB is battle tested non-relational database service by Microsoft. It is used by many mission critical applications, including Xbox, Office 365, Azure and Skype.
This workshop will help you take a more in-depth look at Azure Cosmos DB's architecture, features and tools. We will start with an overview of Azure Cosmos DB's infrastructure and architecture, then explore its main features and benefits. Additionally, we will use Cosmos DB Emulator for development purposes. In addition, we will look at the Data Migration tool to import and transform data as well as cover stored procedures, available SDKs, and Rest API of Cosmos DB. For the closing of this session we will configure Change Feed functionality using Azure Functions.
History, Infrastructure and Architecture of Cosmos DB
What does Multi-Model mean?
Understanding Consistency Levels
Why Partitioning is crucial?
Managing Indexes in Cosmos DB.
Cosmos DB Constraints
Using Cosmos DB Emulator
Querying Cosmos DB with SQL API
Setting up TTL
Data Type Problems of JSON
Creating Stored Procedures
How to Import&Transform Data
Available SDKs and Rest API
Spatial Data in Cosmos DB
Configuring Change Feed
Using Vs Code extension with Cosmos DB
Connecting to Cosmos DB From Sql Server 2019
Hasan Savran is Microsoft Data Platform MVP and Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer. He works at Progressive Insurance as a Business Intelligence Manager. He spends his days architecting cutting edge business solutions by using the latest Web and Database technologies.
Hasan has spoken at many SQL Saturdays, Code Camps and User groups. He is an active member of the HTML5 and WebAssembly W3C groups. He likes to write about SQL, CosmosDB, C#, and Front End development on his blog.