Azure Cosmos DB Live TV

Past 10 episodes

Azure Cosmos DB - Source & Sink Connectors for Confluent - Ep. 65

This week on Azure Cosmos DB Live TV, Mark Brown welcomes Jacob Bogie (Confluent) to discuss some of the ways to use Confluent Connectors to get data from Cosmos DB and into Confluent or send data from Confluent to Azure Cosmos DB, including working with data in real-time using ksqlDB and creating source and sink connections to Azure Cosmos DB. #azurecosmosdb #confluent #data Use Azure Cosmos DB for free -

Exploring Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL - Episode 64

This week on Azure Cosmos DB TV Live, your host Mark Brown welcomes Microsoft Principal Program Manager Nik Larin to discuss the new Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL service. They'll discuss the benefits of distributed Postgres including geo-replication across the Azure cloud. Learn about scaling smart to support your growth and meet your performance needs. Nik will also touch upon replica promotion as a cross-region disaster recovery feature. Bring your questions and be part of the discussion with Mark and Nik. Use Azure Cosmos DB for free - Watch Azure Cosmos DB: Liftoff on-demand: Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL documentation - #AzureCosmosDB #PostgreSQL #databases

Getting started with Java and Spring Cloud Azure to build Azure Cosmos DB Java Apps. - Episode 63

This week on Azure Cosmos DB Live TV, Mark Brown welcomes Microsoft Principal Cloud Advocate Rory Preddy to discuss building Java apps with Azure Cosmos DB and Spring Cloud Azure. Spring Cloud Azure is an open-source project that provides seamless Spring integration with Azure services. It gives developers a Spring-idiomatic way to connect and consume Azure services, with only need few lines of configuration and minimal code changes. #azurecosmosdb #java #spring

Azure Cosmos DB Microsoft Ignite 2022 Roundup - Ep 62

This week on a special Friday edition of Azure Cosmos DB Live TV, Mark Brown welcomes back Product Manager Gahl Levy to take a look at announcements from Microsoft Ignite 2022. They'll explore new features for MongoDB developers, including how to speed up your development process and boost the security of your database account data. Bring questions and be part of the discussion live on Friday, October 14th at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET.

Azure Cosmos DB Intra-account container copy for SQL and Cassandra API - Episode 61

Welcome back to Azure Cosmos DB Live TV. This week we provide a previously recorded conversation between your host Mark Brown and Shweta Nayak. They'll talk about the Azure Cosmos DB intra-account container copy feature that's entered preview. Intra-account container copy for Azure Cosmos DB SQL and Cassandra API accounts is now in preview. This functionality allows you to easily perform offline container copy within your Azure Cosmos DB account by creating copy jobs through Azure CLI or Azure Data Studio. In this session we talk about the functionality in detail and demonstrate how to use it. To get started and know more details about the functionality, visit -

A Tale of Two Cities – Data + AI Hackathon Recap - Episode 60

This week on Azure Cosmos DB TV Live, Mark Brown welcomes Microsoft Principal Cloud Advocate Paul DeCarlo to the show to recap a July 2022 hackathon at the Microsoft Offices in New York City. Microsoft and Oxford University partnered for A Tale of Two Cities: Data & AI Hackathon in New York City that ran from July 21 - 23. Participants were challenged to use a provided dataset between New York City and London to develop analytical insights and solutions to uncover behavioral patterns before, during, and after the pandemic. The event focused on a very specific problem statement, “How have major cities like London and New York been affected by Covid-19 and how can we use historical data to explore how these effects might impact us in a Post-Covid world”. In this session, we’ll talk about how teams were able to leverage Azure Cosmos DB, by loading data using Azure Data Factory to then process with Azure Synapse and visualize correlations using PowerBI.

"AltGraph" with the CosmosDB SQL API - Episode 59

This week on Azure Cosmos DB TV Live, Mark Brown welcomes Senior Technical Specialist Chris Joakim back to discuss graph apps with Azure Cosmos DB. AltGraph is an alternative way to implement graph applications in a simple and more performant way with the Azure Cosmos DB SQL API. Leverage Azure Cosmos DB integrations and optimizations, caching, in-memory processing, and the concept of RDF triples combined with the simplicity of SQL. AltGraph will be demonstrated with a Spring Boot and Spring Data reference application with a bill-of-materials graph of the Node.js/NPM ecosystem. The public repo is here:

Fast Data Access On The Go With .NET MAUI and Azure Cosmos DB - Episode 58

This week on Azure Cosmos DB TV Live, Principal Cloud Advocate Matt Soucoup joins Mark Brown to talk about how .NET MAUI makes it easy for developers to create mobile and desktop applications. And you know what happens when users get their hands on a mobile app? They take that mobile part literally and go anywhere and everywhere. Matt will also show off a couple of ways to use Azure Cosmos DB with .NET MAUI to keep your apps smokin' fast when your users need their data on the go.

Antipatterns on Azure Cosmos DB – and How To Avoid Them! - Episode 57

This week on Azure Cosmos DB TV, Mark Brown welcomes Microsoft MVP and Wintellect YouTuber Blaize Stewart to discuss antipatterns on Azure Cosmos DB. Azure Cosmos DB is a wonderful, multiparadigm, easy-to-use No SQL solution for storing all kinds of data. With a few clicks, one can have an Azure Cosmos DB Cluster installed and running in no time. At the same time, some pitfalls can impact Azure Cosmos DB if careful consideration is not taken. In this video, we'll look at several of those pitfalls and how to avoid them.

Working with Azure Cosmos DB input and output bindings with .NET 6 Azure Functions - Episode 56

This week on Azure Cosmos DB TV Live, Microsoft MVP Marc Duiker joins Mark Brown for a conversation on using input and output bindings with .NET 6 and Azure Cosmos DB. Azure Functions offers a quick way to read data or store data using input and output bindings. In this session, we'll look at HTTP triggered functions (.NET 6, in-process) and use several Azure Cosmos DB related bindings to read data from and store data in an Azure Cosmos DB collection.