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Execute Mongo database commands directly on top of your database account using the native Mongo shell in the Azure Cosmos DB Data Explorer.
Azure Private Link now includes multiple new services available in Preview and GA.
Limit data exposure to the public internet and reduce the risk of data exfiltration by accessing your Azure Cosmos accounts from virtual networks via private IP addresses.
Azure Cosmos DB has increased the size of logical partitions for customers to 20 GB, doubling the size from 10 GB.
Azure Cosmos DB accounts using shared database throughput are now limited to 25 collections per database.
Customers creating new Azure Cosmos DB accounts can now get discounted pricing up to 33 percent off for accounts enabling multi-region writes (multi-master).
Getting started with our service is easier than ever with the new Azure Cosmos DB free tier. Use it to develop and test your applications, run small workloads in production for free, or simply apply a discount to your Azure Cosmos DB account.
Azure Cosmos DB has several new features available in the preview of built-in Jupyter notebooks, making it easier for developers and data scientists to analyze and visualize their Azure Cosmos DB data.
The latest Spring Data Azure Cosmos DB SDK 2.2.2 release, now generally available, incorporates updated diagnostics information.
Azure private endpoint for Azure Cosmos DB is a network interface that connects you privately and securely to a service powered by Azure Private Link.
Now in general availability, Azure Cosmos DB supports GROUP BY for queries for SQL (Core) API. This is one of our top asks from users and we are excited to release this capability.
The Azure Cosmos DB API for MongoDB now supports MongoDB wire protocol version 6 and server version 3.6. All new accounts provisioned using the Azure portal will have the option to provision with server version 3.6.
Azure Private Link, which provides private connectivity to Azure services, is now available in all regions.
Azure Cosmos DB has several new .NET SDK features to improve the experience of developers on Azure Cosmos DB. In the .NET V3 SDK, developers can now use the new batch capability to do transactional batch of operations across one partition key on their Azure Cosmos DB data, which previously required a stored procedure.
Azure Cosmos DB has two important updates that improve the management experience for Azure Cosmos DB.
Azure Cosmos DB containers are now internally backed by two storage engines—a transactional storage engine and a new analytical storage engine. Both the storage engines are log-structured and write-optimized for blazing fast updates.
With Autopilot mode, users select a throughput tier and Azure Cosmos DB will automatically scale RU/s up and down as needed to match capacity with demand.
Azure Cosmos DB gets updated frequently, so to make it easier to stay up-to-date, we’ve introduced automatic and tailored recommendations for all Azure Cosmos DB users.
Lower your upfront payment by selecting monthly payment options—at no additional cost—when purchasing Azure reservations.
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