Cosmos DB Cheat Sheet

Kevin Feasel

2017-10-27

Cloud

Melody Zacharias shows us a cheat sheet for Cosmos DB:

The Cosmos DB by Microsoft is their globally distributed, horizontally scalable, multi-model database service that is available through Azure.  Released in 2014, it is the ideal DB for globally distributed applications.  Formerly called DocumentDB Cosmos it now supports querying documents using SQL as a JSON query language.  As a Schema-free platform, it provides automatic indexing of JSON documents without requiring an explicit schema or creation of secondary indexes. For those of use not well versed in JSON, this query cheat-sheet, has come to our rescue.  It outlines common queries to retrieve information from 2 JSON documents.

Microsoft has put together this cheat-sheet to help you write your queries faster.  This quick reference is a single page PDF that you can print, or keep in a handy computer file.  This is version 4, so it just keeps getting better!

Click through for the link to the cheat sheet.

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