Built-in Jupyter notebooks for Azure Cosmos DB are now publicly available. Developers, data scientists, engineers and analysts can use the familiar Jupyter notebooks experience to interactively run queries, explore and analyze data, visualize data & build, train, and run machine learning and AI models.
The Azure Cosmos DB team is announcing the general availability of version 3 of the Azure Cosmos DB .NET SDK, released in July. Thank you to all who gave feedback during our preview.
Spotlight Cloud is the first built on Azure database performance monitoring solution focused on SQL Server customers. Leveraging the scalability, performance, global distribution, high-availability, and built-in security of Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB, Spotlight Cloud combines the best of the cloud with Quest Software’s engineering insights from years of building database performance management tools.
Version 3.0 of the .NET SDK is now in preview! We’ve redesigned the object model to use a new “fluent” style API surface, support for streams, and are open source on GitHub. The new SDK also targets .NET Standard 2.0, allowing you to use the SDK in both your .NET Framework 4.6.1+ and .NET Core 2.0+ applications.
The Azure Cosmos DB team is excited to announce version 3.0 of the .NET SDK, now in public preview and open sourced on GitHub!
The Azure Cosmos DB team is excited to announce new features and improvements for developers, including a 1-month free trial of Azure Cosmos DB, SDK updates to support multi-region writes, Cosmos Explorer, Portal UX updates and recommendations, and Emulator support for all APIs & Azure DevOps build task.