Introduction to Azure Cosmos DB

Introduction to Azure Cosmos DB

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Instructor: Jonathan Bethune

Cosmos DB is one of many database solutions in a crowded market. From DynamoDB to Cassandra to CockroachDB, the questions one would naturally ask when examining Cosmos DB are, "what makes it special and how can I get started with it?"

This course answers both of those questions as thoroughly and concisely as possible. This course is for anyone with an interest in database technologies or creating software using Microsoft Azure. Whether you are a DevOps engineer, a database admin, a product manager, or a sales expert, this course will help you learn how to power your technology with one of Azure's most innovative data solutions.

From this course, you will learn how to make use of Cosmos DB's incredible flexibility and performance. This course is made up of 9 comprehensive lectures to guide you from the basics to how to create your own app using Cosmos DB.

Learning Objectives

Learn the basic components of Cosmos DB
Learn how to use Cosmos DB via the web portal, libraries, and CLI tools
Learn how to create an application with Cosmos DB as the data backend

Intended Audience

People looking to build applications using Microsoft Azure
People interested in database technologies


General knowledge of IT architecture
General knowledge of databases


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