This post is part of a 2-part series about how organizations are using Azure Cosmos DB to meet real world needs, and the difference it’s making to them. In this post, we’ll examine additional implementation details and the outcomes resulting from the team’s efforts.
We’re excited to report that teams can now use the global cloud database MongoDB Atlas for free on Microsoft Azure. The newly available free tier on Azure Cloud is known as the M0, grants users 512 MB of storage and is ideal for learning MongoDB, prototyping, and early development.
Today, we are excited to announce that DocumentDB’s API for MongoDB is generally available. The API for MongoDB allows developers to experience the power of the DocumentDB database engine with the comfort of a managed service and the familiarity of the MongoDB SDKs and tools.
Developing cloud applications presents a unique opportunity for businesses to reach new markets and customers that span the globe.
In my previous post I showed how to use tables in an Azure Mobile Services node.js backend to talk to a MongoDB collection for simple CRUD operations. In this post we present a way retrieve all OData query parameters passed to the table read script, so that we can support more complex read operations into the Mongo database.