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Use the Azure Cosmos DB Emulator for local development and testing #Azure #CosmosDB #DevOps #Docker

The Azure Cosmos DB Emulator provides a local environment that emulates the Azure Cosmos DB service for development purposes. Using the Azure Cosmos DB Emulator, you can develop and test your application locally, without creating an Azure subscription or incurring any costs. When you’re satisfied with how your application is working in the Azure Cosmos DB Emulator, you can switch to using an Azure Cosmos DB account in the cloud.

The Azure Cosmos DB Emulator for DevOps is easy to install :

Download de MSI

Docker Hub

GitHub

 

You can Attach Azure CosmosDB Emulator in Visual Studio Code 😉

When your development and testing in Azure CosmosDB Emulator is Done and Ready
for the Cloud, you can Move it to CosmosDB in Azure.

More information on Microsoft Azure CosmosDB Emulator on Docs.

Here you see What’s New in Azure Cosmos DB Video :

Lot of Success with Azure CosmosDB !

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#Microsoft Azure #CosmosDB Globally Distributed Multi-model Database Service #Cloud #Azure

 

Azure Cosmos DB is Microsoft’s globally distributed, multi-model database service for mission-critical applications. Azure Cosmos DB provides turn-key global distribution, elastic scaling of throughput and storage worldwide, single-digit millisecond latencies at the 99th percentile, five well-defined consistency levels, and guaranteed high availability, all backed by industry-leading SLAs. Azure Cosmos DB automatically indexes data without requiring you to deal with schema and index management. It is multi-model and supports document, key-value, graph, and columnar data models. As a cloud-born service, Azure Cosmos DB is carefully engineered with multi-tenancy and global distribution from the ground up.

5-Minute Quickstarts

Learn how to use Azure Cosmos DB to create a globally distributed database using one of the multi-model APIs:

Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB Documentation

From here you see how simple you can Activate Azure Cosmos DB :

Select Azure Cosmos DB and Create

Creating CosmosDB

From here you can select your Platform and Add Collection.

And do Epic Things in Visual Studio 😉

What really Awesome is to replicate with Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB :

Here I have the Write Region in North Europe

Here I have added a Read Region Japan West by Click on the +

Write Region is North Europe
Read Region is Japan West

From here you can do a Manual Failover

Here you see the Failover between Europe and Japan

My Write Region is now Japan West instead of Europe
And you can add more Regions like this.

And of course everything is in the metrics monitoring.

It’s a Great Microsoft Azure Cloud solution for Enterprises doing business all over the world and for Developers to make Epic Things !

#MVPBuzz
#DevOps


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Get the Microsoft #Azure #DocumentDB #SQL query cheat sheet

DocumentDB Query

Azure DocumentDB lets you query JSON documents using familiar and friendly SQL syntax. If you know SQL, you can get up and running quickly with Azure DocumentDB – and we have an easy to print reference sheet to help you get started.

Get the DocumentDB SQL query cheat sheet here


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#Microsoft Azure DocumentDB Data Migration Tool #Azure #HybridCloud

DocumentDB data

Microsoft Azure DocumentDB Migration tool enables migration of data to Azure DocumentDB from any of the following data sources:

  • CSV file/s
  • JSON file/s
  • SQL
  • Azure DocumentDB
  • MongoDB

You can download the Azure DocumentDB Migration tool here with documentation