Are you building a new application which requires low latency at any scale? Or are you in the process of migrating your NoSQL databases to the cloud? Or looking for the right resources to help you get started with Azure Cosmos DB?
Join us for one or all of a seven-week Azure Cosmos DB technical training series, which explores the capabilities and potential of Azure Cosmos DB. Whether you’re brand new to Azure Cosmos DB or an experienced user, you’ll leave this series with a better understanding of database technology and have the practical skills necessary to get started.
Azure Cosmos DB is the world’s first globally distributed, multi-model database service with native NoSQL support. Designed for the cloud, Azure Cosmos DB enables you to build planet-scale applications that bring data to where your users are with SLA-guaranteed low latency, throughput, and 99.99% availability.
In this training series, you’ll learn everything necessary to get your cloud database up and running. In the first session, we covered a technical overview of Azure Cosmos DB, and, in the following weeks, we’ll progress into deeper topics like migrating Mongo DB applications to Azure Cosmos DB, building serverless applications, and enabling real-time analytics with Azure Cosmos DB, Azure Functions, and Spark. These technical sessions also cover live demos of Azure Cosmos DB features and service offerings, including Graph API, Table API, and Mongo DB API.
Session One: Technical overview of Azure Cosmos DB
Session Two: Build real-time personalized experiences with AI and serverless technology
Session Three: Using Graph API and Table API with Azure Cosmos DB
Session Four: Build or migrate your Mongo DB app to Azure Cosmos DB
Session Five: Understanding Operations of Cosmos DB
Session Six: Build Serverless Apps with Azure Cosmos DB and Azure Functions
Session Seven: Apply real-time analytics with Azure Cosmos DB and Spark
Azure Cosmos DB empowers you to more easily build amazingly powerful, planet-scale apps. Join our technical series to learn more from the Azure Cosmos DB engineering team. Select the sessions you’d like to attend—whether that’s a single session (above), or the complete set (below).
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