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Now generally available, Azure Cosmos DB now provides support for its Cassandra API, in addition to support for SQL and MongoDB APIs.
Perform offline (one-time) migrations from on-premises or cloud implementations of MongoDB to Azure Cosmos DB by using the Azure Database Migration Service, which enables resilient migrations of MongoDB data at scale and with high reliability. To perform the migration, provision an instance of the Azure Database Migration Service from the Azure portal or via Azure CLI and create a project.
The Azure Cosmos DB .NET SDK helps developers build Azure Cosmos DB applications with the SQL API and perform various operations more easily. The preview of version 3.0 is now available for download or to provide feedback on GitHub. The SDK targets .NET Standard 2.0 and has many new features including a new, intuitive object model, support for streams, and other performance improvements.
Throughput provisioned at the database level now starts at 400 RU/s per database and can be shared across any or all containers within a database.
Azure Cosmos DB reserved capacity helps you save when you pre-pay for one year or three years. With Azure Cosmos DB reserved capacity, get a discount on the resources used and reduce your costs by up to 65 percent compared to pay-as-you-go prices.
With the Azure Cosmos DB Cassandra API, experience the power of the Azure Cosmos DB platform with the familiarity of your favorite Apache Cassandra SDKs and tools.
Multi-master support for Azure Cosmos DB is now available in all public regions. Elastically scale writes (in addition to reads) all around the world, across any number of Azure regions for any API (SQL, MongoDB, Cassandra, Gremlin, Table) that the service supports.
The BulkExecutor library for Azure Cosmos DB Gremlin API is now generally available. This allows for fast data migration operations with configurable parameters to adapt to the specific needs for every database.
Virtual Network Service Endpoints for Azure Cosmos DB is available in all regions of the Azure public cloud.
As part of the transition from Azure DocumentDB to Azure Cosmos DB, “DocumentDB” is changing to “Cosmos DB” in the service type and resource name on June 1, 2018.
As part of the transition from Azure DocumentDB to Azure Cosmos DB, “DocumentDB” is changing to “Cosmos DB” in the service name and resource name on June 1, 2018.
Data Explorer, now generally available in the Azure portal, provides a unified developer experience for inserting, querying, and managing Azure Cosmos DB data within the Azure portal and the Emulator.
Preview version 12.0.0-beta of the Azure SDK for Go is now available to help you use Azure services from Go applications. To get it, run `go get -u github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-for-go/...` or use dep.
Now generally available, Azure diagnostics logs for Azure Cosmos DB will enable users to see logs for all requests made to their respective database account at the individual request level.
We’re happy to announce the availability of new metrics and heatmaps in Azure Cosmos DB.
Build event-driven architectures and receive a real-time stream of database updates with Azure Cosmos DB change feed.
Azure Cosmos DB provides the Change Feed Processor Library to parallelize change feed processing in a NuGet package.
Azure Cosmos DB has new command-line interface (CLI) commands for create, read, update, and delete operations on databases and collections, as well as scaling container throughput.
DocumentDB is now a part of Azure Cosmos DB.