Tag Archives: Cosmos DB

8 Azure Cosmos DB Tips & Tricks that you should know

By | July 28, 2018

Azure Cosmos DB is a globally distributed, low-latency, high throughput databases services. Azure Cosmos DB provides global distribution, which means you can scale and distribute it across different Azure regions. In this post, let’s recall some of the Azure Cosmos DB Tips & Tricks. If you are working with Azure Cosmos DB, you may find them very useful.

Connect to Azure Cosmos DB from Explorer

By | July 25, 2018

Azure Cosmos DB is a fully managed, globally-distributed, multi-model Azure database service. We have covered several posts related with Cosmos DB.  In the previous post, we have talked about Azure Cosmos DB Explorer. Azure Cosmos DB Explorer is a standalone web-based tool to manage and explore Cosmos DB. You can open it from Azure Portal, or can directly navigate… Read More »

Using Azure Cosmos DB Explorer

By | July 24, 2018

Azure Cosmos DB is a fully managed, globally-distributed, multi-model Azure database service backed up by comprehensive SLAs. We have covered several posts related with Cosmos DB.  You can work with Azure Storage Explorer for Azure Cosmos DB.  In this post, we are going to talk about Azure Cosmos DB Explorer. Azure Cosmos DB Explorer is a standalone web-based… Read More »

Quickly connect Azure Cosmos DB with your applications using Visual Studio Connected Services

By | February 21, 2018

Visual Studio Connected Services for Cosmos DB enables developers to easily connect and integrate with Cosmos DB. We have seen several connected services including Application Insights, Azure Storage and also for Mobile services. Similarly, you can connect Azure Cosmos DB accounts from Visual Studio using the Visual Studio Connected Services for Cosmos DB. Visual Studio Connected Services allows adding… Read More »

Setting up global replication of your Azure Cosmos DB database using the Azure portal

By | February 14, 2018

Azure Cosmos DB is a globally distributed, low-latency, high throughput databases services. Azure Cosmos DB provides global distribution, which means you can scale and distribute it across different Azure regions. Global replication of your Azure Cosmos DB enables you to have your data replicated over as many as datacenter per your need, moreover control and access your replicated… Read More »

Add an Azure Cosmos DB trigger to an existing Azure Function app from Azure Cosmos DB Portal

By | February 9, 2018

Azure Functions let us execute our code in a serverless environment. This does not require create a solution or publish it as Azure Apps. In short, just focus on code and your functional aspect, and don’t need to worry about infrastructure. We can create a function triggered when data is added to or changed in Azure Cosmos DB… Read More »

Working with Azure Cosmos DB using Visual Studio Code

By | February 8, 2018

Azure Cosmos DB extension for Visual Studio Code gives Azure developers set of powerful commands to working with Cosmos DB. With the help of Azure Cosmos DB extension, from Visual Studio Code, you can easily create and delete databases, collections, and view, modify and delete documents. With the help of this extension, you can connect with Cosmos DB… Read More »