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  • Title Guide to NoSQL with Azure Cosmos DB: Create Scalable and Globally Distributed Web Applications
  • Author(s) Gaston C. Hillar, Daron Yondem
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing (September 28, 2018); eBook (Compliments of Microsoft)
  • Permission: Free Read Online Provided by the Publisher (Packt); Free PDF is Complimented by Microsoft
  • Paperback: 214 pages
  • eBook: PDF, ePub, Mobi
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1789612896
  • ISBN-13: 978-1789612899
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Book Description

Cosmos DB is a NoSQL database service included in Azure that is continuously adding new features and has quickly become one of the most innovative services found in Azure, targeting mission-critical applications at a global scale.

This book starts off by showing you the main features of Cosmos DB, their supported NoSQL data models and the foundations of its scalable and distributed architecture. You will learn to work with the latest available tools that simplify your tasks with Cosmos DB and reduce development costs, such as the Data Explorer in the Azure portal, Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer, and the Cosmos DB Emulator.

This book is for C# developers. You do not require any knowledge of Azure Cosmos DB, but familiarity with the Azure platform is expected.

  • Work with the latest available tools related to Cosmos DB
  • Learn to work with the latest version of the .NET Core SDK, C# and the SQL API
  • Work with a database service that doesn't require you to use an ORM and provides flexibility
About the Authors
  • Gaston C. Hillar is Italian and has been working with computers since he was 8 years old. Gaston has a bachelor's degree in computer science (graduated with honors) and an MBA. He is an independent consultant, a freelance author, and a speaker.
  • Daron is a Microsoft Regional Director and an Azure MVP since 2008. He is a regular speaker at international conferences focusing on Microservices, Serverless, and IoT.
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