Here's what the process looks like for setting up Data Factory: In the portal, navigate to Data Factories. A short guide for migrating between Azure CosmosDB and Storage accounts using Data Factory.
Recently I had the pleasure of being tasked with migrating an old CosmosDB Core(SQL) account to Azure Storage. This account had been around since the early days of the project, and it contained nearly ~100GB across two collections, each containing PID (Personally Identifiable Data) that had to be kept for compliance purposes. Needless to say, I was more than apprehensive about touching this. The backstory behind this is that a few months ago we changed our app to use the MongoDB API for CosmosDB in a separate account. We already used MongoDB for storing other data, so we decided to consolidate all of these records in one account and access it with one client. were previously kept in the SQL account. The tech leads decided to consolidate everything in the MongoDB account and to bin off the SQL one when we knew how we would go about doing so. I started digging around to find if the Data Migration Tool would fit our purposes, but I’m on a Mac, and the tool only runs on Windows 🤦♂. I debated spinning up a VM as a temporary measure and installing it there, but felt that this might cause us problems later on if the VM was restarted at any point during the migration. Creating a Data Factory Full disclosure, I used the GUI for all of this, mainly because this is a one-off export that I don’t plan to do again. I would usually use Terraform, however it seemed like overkill to figure out all of the resources and arguments for something that would be used once and only once. Here’s what the process looks like for setting up Data Factory: In the portal, navigate to Data Factories Image for post 2. Click Add, then complete the creation wizard. Set the Version to V2, and tick the box for Configure Git later if you don’t want to do this step now. Once you’re done, click Review + Create to create the Data Factory. 3. Wait for it to finish creating.
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