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GoL Clinics for Data : Working with Azure Cosmos DB

GoL Clinics for Data : Working with Azure Cosmos DB

This hands-on workshop will focus hoping you learn how to develop client & server-side programming solutions on Azure Cosmos DB. By the end of this session, you will understand how partitions are organized in Azure Cosmos DB, how to create resources using the Azure Cosmos DB SDKs.

Participate in the Cloud Skills Challenge at https://aka.ms/dataclinics/csc complete the learn modules to help you prepare for the Azure Data Fundamentals Certification Exam that is part of this program. Also join the community on GitHub at https://aka.ms/dataclinics/forum for program updates, feedback and to receive support on any issue pertaining to this program or to Data Engineering and Analytics.

Christopher MANEU

November 24, 2022

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    of Azure SQL Nov-01 2. Deploy & Configure Servers Databases for Azure SQL Nov-03 3. Exploring the Fundamentals of Realtime Analytics Nov-08 4. Transforming Data with Azure stream Analytics Nov-10 5. Introduction to Azure Storage Services Nov-15 6. Connecting your Application to Azure Storage Nov-17 7. Exploring the Fundamentals of Azure Cosmos DB Nov-22 8. Working with Azure Cosmos DB Nov-24 9. Introduction to Azure Synapse Nov-29 10. Building high performing data workloads with Azure Synapse Dec-01
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  3. Prerequisites  Before starting this module you should have some

    familiarity with Microsoft Azure concepts and the Azure portal.  You should be familiar with developer concepts and terminology.  Experience working with data solutions.
  4. Learning objectives  Describe the differences between logical and physical

    partitions  Choose the appropriate partition key for your solution  Create a synthetic partition key  Identify classes and methods used to create resources  Create resources by using the Azure Cosmos DB .NET v3 SDK  Write stored procedures, triggers, and user-defined functions by using JavaScript
  5. Agenda  Explore partitions  Choose a partition key 

    Create a synthetic partition key  Explore .NET SDK v3 for Azure Cosmos DB  Create stored procedures  Create triggers and user-defined functions
  6. Next steps  Now that you've learned about Azure Cosmos

    DB for non-relational data storage, consider learning more about data-related workloads on Azure by pursuing a Microsoft certification in Azure Data Fundamentals.