In this episode of Azure Friday, Kirill Gavrylyuk talks with Scott Hanselman about the Azure NoSQL database-as-a-service, DocumentDB, and its support for the MongoDB API. Kirill shows how MongoDB developers can upgrade their apps to use DocumentDB without any code changes while continuing to use their favorite MongoDB tools.
DocumentDB collections are logical resources that can span multiple partitions to provide practically limitless scale. In this episode of Azure Friday, Shireesh Thota talks with Scott Hanselman about scaling DocumentDB with a partitioning collection and how best to choose your partition keys to optimize for read and write workloads. Partition management is fully managed by Azure DocumentDB and it is completely transparent to your application, so you do not have to write complex code or manage your partitions.
Kirill Gavrylyuk stops by Azure Friday to talk with Scott about the latest updates to Azure DocumentDB, including a free local development with emulator, DocumentDB .NET Core Preview SDK, and other improvements.
Karthik Raman takes Scott on a whirlwind tour of Azure DocumentDB to show off turnkey geo-distribution, high availability, failover policies, and the power of bringing your data to your customers around the world with a click on a map.
Aravind Ramachandran stops by Azure Friday to talk with Scott about predictable performance and getting the scale you need with 99.99% guarantee from DocumentDB. Aravind explains Request Units and best practices for building scalable applications with DocumentDB's transparent partitioning.
Kirill Gavrylyuk stops by Azure Friday to share what's new in Azure DocumentDB.
This week on Data Exposed, Scott welcomes Aravind Ramachandran, Senior PM on the Azure DocumentDB team. In this episode, Aravind gives us the lowdown on the DocumentDB querying capabilities in an easy
Learn how to provision a Azure DocumentDB database account and store JSON documents in your Node.js application.
Whether you’re building a traditional LOB application for use in your enterprise, an Internet of Things (IoT) application that runs in a connected car, a cool new MVC 5 app with Azure Websites, a cross-platform Cordova application to run on smartphones or even an application that runs on a wearable device like Microsoft Band chances are that application, whatever it may be, will produce and consume data. You probably won’t know what that data will look like upfront when you start building your great idea and even if you did it will likely change a number of times before you get it out the door. You just want to start building your app while the idea is fresh in your head and not worry about setting up, configuring and running virtual machines, you just want to click a few buttons and get going, fast, and so you should!