Kirill Gavrylyuk joins Scott Hanselman to discuss new improvements for Azure Cosmos DB SDKs, including the new, idiomatic .NET SDK with friendlier, more intuitive programming model, better testability, better performance, .NET Standard 2.0 support, and now open sourced.     

 

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Learn about the new SDKs for Azure Cosmos DB with the JavaScript SDK as an example, talk about CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) with a simple JavaScript app to demonstrate it, a new, low-cost database offer in the Azure portal, Azure DevOps build task, cost saving tips, and support for multi-region strong consistency.

 

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Chris Anderson (@crandycodes) joins Donovan Brown (@donovanbrown) to discuss Azure Cosmos DB JavaScript SDK 2.0, which adds support for multi-region writes, a new fluent-style object model—making it easier to reference Azure Cosmos DB resources without an explicit URL—and support for promises and other modern JavaScript features. It is also written in TypeScript and supports the latest TypeScript 3.0.     

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In this episode, Burke and Jasmine Greenaway bring you five reasons that you should check out Cosmos DB today. They also play a dangerous game of Jenga with an oversized tower made out of 2×4’s, and someone nearly gets crushed.

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Chris Anderson joins Donovan Brown to discuss how to use Azure Cosmos DB and other great Azure services to build a highly-scalable, real-time, collaborative application. You’ll see techniques for using the Azure Cosmos DB change feed in both Azure Functions and SignalR applications. We also briefly touch on how custom authentication works with Azure Functions.

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This video from the Microsoft Developer YouTube channel gives a thorough overview of CosmosDB, a globally distributed multi-model database-as-a-service. It provides NoSQL foundation with comprehensive SLAs on throughput, availability, consistency and latency and exposes data through SQL, MongoDB, Cassandra, Table and Gremlin APIs. Learn how to take advantage of it in your apps today and leverage the economy of scale tomorrow!

Fresh off the Connect() 2018 conference, here’s a video summarizing what’s new in CosmosDB for developers.

In case you’re not aware of Cosmos DB, Azure Cosmos DB is a globally distributed, highly-available, multi-model database service. In this video, join us as we demonstrate how to get started with our new SDKs, make the most of database-level throughput, and set up a CI/CD pipeline using the Azure Cosmos DB emulator build task for Azure Pipelines.

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