Azure Cosmos DB Tutorial | Globally distributed NoSQL database

Azure Cosmos DB Tutorial | Globally distributed NoSQL database

Azure Cosmos DB is globally distributed and highly responsive database in the cloud. With just few clicks you can get multi-regional distribution and redundancy with high availability of 99.999%.

Azure Cosmos DB is globally distributed and highly responsive database in the cloud. With just few clicks you can get multi-regional distribution and redundancy with high availability of 99.999%.

In this episode I will cover basics of Cosmos DB with live demo of Portal Features and dotnet programming, but I also will explain most important features of Cosmos DB.

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