Tag: CosmosDB

Testing Cassandra compatible APIs

In this quick blog post, I’m going to assess how the databases that advertise themselves as “Cassandra API-compatible” fare in the compatibility department. But that is all I will do, only API testing, and not an extensive testing, just based…

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Cosmos DB indexing fundamentals – SQL on the edge episode 15

As Microsoft’s premier NoSQL cloud offering, Cosmos DB offers some interesting design decisions and trade-offs that are necessary to understand in order to maximize the benefits of the product. In this blog post, we are going to cover indexing as…

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Cosmos DB Geo-replication – SQL on the edge episode 14

As Microsoft Azure’s NoSQL service offering, Cosmos DB has received a lot of investment and development effort. Microsoft considers Cosmos as a “ring zero” service, which means that it is available by default from all regions as soon as they…

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Understanding Cosmos DB Request Units–SQL On The Edge Episode 13

As part of their cloud offerings, all major providers (Microsoft, Amazon, Google) have developed very exciting and interesting NoSQL/NewSQL offerings. Microsoft Azure’s is called Cosmos DB, a rebranding of the product initially known as DocumentDB. Cosmos DB is no longer…

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Episode 12 – Why you should be paying attention to CosmoDB

Recently Microsoft announced Azure Cosmos DB, the successor for DocumentDB. One of our Datascape regulars, Warner Chaves, called me up to tell me how excited he was and how significant he thinks that this development is to cloud-based databases. By…

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