If you’re familiar with NoSQL in Azure and the platform’s powerful non-relational data storage options, take the next step! Join us for an in-depth look at developing NoSQL apps in super-scalable Azure Cosmos DB—the distributed, multi-model database from Microsoft that transparently replicates your data wherever your users are. Learn about its broad, global-scale features and capabilities. Then, go deeper into some of the APIs available in Azure Cosmos DB for storing different kinds of NoSQL data.
We'll start with a look at general concepts, including partitioning schemes, global replications, hierarchy, security, and more, as you learn to develop document, key/value, or graph databases with Cosmos DB using a series of popular APIs and programming models.
Plus, we'll work with API specifics for DocumentDB, Gremlin, MongoDB, and Tables and conclude with a look at real-world integrations, visualizations, and analyses, such as Spark Connector, Azure Search, Stream Analytics.
Pete Harris, Sidney Andrews , Andrew Liu and Denny Lee
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The content is certainly worth watching but that's about it. If you're planning to go for Verified Certification you may be wasting your time. At this stage it's impossible to complete the course. Labs contained bugs & errors which were reported to staff...
The content is certainly worth watching but that's about it. If you're planning to go for Verified Certification you may be wasting your time. At this stage it's impossible to complete the course. Labs contained bugs & errors which were reported to staff who claimed they were aware of the issues, but never took concrete actions to fix them. As a result, staff decided to remove them without any further information so we're left with nothing on Progress scoreboard. Please note that this is the second time the very same redundant scenario happens. So it was impossible to complete Lab sessions. In conclusion, I'd say that videos content may be worth watching, but for the rest of the course it's pretty dead at this stage. So it's up to you...