Developing Planet-Scale Applications in Azure Cosmos DB

Gain an in-depth understanding of Azure Cosmos DB — a multi-model, global-scale database from Microsoft that transparently replicates your data wherever your users are.
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Gain an in-depth understanding of Azure Cosmos DB — a multi-model, global-scale database from Microsoft that transparently replicates your data wherever your users are.

About this course:

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.

The average salary for a Azure Cosmos Developer is $112,000 per year.

Course Objective:

  • Store structured data using the Tables API
  • Azure Cosmos DB core features & capabilities
  • Develop databases with the DocumentDB API
  • Build graph databases with the Gremlin API
  • Build databases using the MongoDB API
  • Integrate Cosmos DB into other database services

Audience:

  • Azure Developer
  • SQL

Prerequisite:

  • You should have basic application development skills.

Career Path:

App Development...

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Brand Microsoft
Lab Access No
Technology Microsoft
Learning Style Self-Paced Learning
Difficulty Intermediate
Course Duration 12 Hours
Language English
VPA Eligible VPA Eligible
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