Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB Revealed : A Multi-Modal Database Designed for the Cloud, Paperback Book

Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB Revealed : A Multi-Modal Database Designed for the Cloud Paperback

Description

Learn the main features of Azure Cosmos DB and how to use Microsoft's multi-model database service as a data store for mission-critical applications.

The clear examples help in writing your own applications to take advantage of Cosmos DB's multi-model, globally distributed, elastic database.

Simple step-by-step instructions show how to resolve common and uncommon scenarios involving Azure Cosmos DB, and scenarios such as delivering extremely low response times (in the order of milliseconds), and scaling rapidly and globally. Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB Revealed demonstrates a multitude of possible implementations to get you started.

This book guides you toward best practices to get the most out of Microsoft's Cosmos DB service.

Later chapters in the book cover advanced implementation features, helping you master important elements such as securing the database, querying, and using various APIs.

What You'll LearnSet up a development environment to work with Azure Cosmos DBConfigure Azure Cosmos DB in a production environment with multi-region distributionQuery using all APIs, including SQL, JavaScript, MongoDB, and GraphWork with the Azure Cosmos DB.NET SDK in an application you builtAccess Cosmos DB from web applications created in .NETWho This Book Is ForDevelopers who build applications to be hosted in Microsoft Azure, whether they use PaaS or IaaS.

No previous knowledge of Azure Cosmos DB is assumed, but readers must be familiar with developing applications in Microsoft Visual Studio.

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 258 pages, 133 Illustrations, color; 3 Illustrations, black and white; XV, 258 p. 136 illus., 133 il
  • Publisher: APress
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  • Category: Microsoft programming
  • ISBN: 9781484233504

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