November was a packed news month for Azure Cosmos DB due to Ignite. Here we look at Partial Document Update and more.
Azure Cosmos DB's point-in-time restore can be used to restore a deleted account, restore into any region that has a backup, recover from an unplanned write or delete operation within a container, restore a database or restore a container.
Azure Cosmos DB saw an abundance of announcements at Microsoft Build, so here is a quick run through of our highlights along with links for further reading.
In this blog, we look at moving from static business intelligence to predictive analytics and how to choose the best technology for it.
As with all areas of Azure we are seeing updates and new features constantly. With Azure Cosmos DB, these are features to make possible swift application development across teams and enhanced enterprise-level security accessible to apps of any magnitude or scope.
Microsoft has announced a cloud-native execution of HTAP called Azure Synapse Link. A capability which eliminates the obstacles between Azure operational database services and Azure Synapse Analytics.
Since the launch of Azure Cosmos DB in 2017 Microsoft has been rolling out improvements. Built with global distribution and horizontal scale as its key focus, Azure Cosmos DB provides support for both NoSQL and OSS APIs alike.
If you have started using it, you may have found that backing up Azure Cosmos DB is pretty limited by default. The simplest way I have found to do this...