New features for Azure Cosmos DB built-in Jupyter Notebook support
Published date: 19 May, 2020
Now in preview, several new features are available for Azure Cosmos DB built-in Jupyter Notebook support that make it easier for developers and data scientists to analyze and visualize their Azure Cosmos DB data.
Use one of the new features to author and run C# notebooks from Data Explorer. The environment includes a built-in instance of the Azure Cosmos DB .NET SDK for easy access to the data, and you can import your own NuGet packages as needed.
To make it easier to collaborate and share notebooks, connect your notebook workspace to a GitHub repository. After connecting, your GitHub notebooks will be available to view, run, and edit in your workspace. Conveniently save the changes directly to GitHub from within Azure Data Explorer.
There’s also a new samples gallery to show you all available samples in one place. The gallery includes a new C# notebook quickstart, a new machine learning/predictive maintenance sample, and samples to help you learn Azure Cosmos DB concepts.