Exploring the Cosmos DB

 
English Introductory Databases

This session introduces Cosmos DB, discusses advanced scenarios, and demonstrates sample applications and lift-and-shift scenarios.

Speaker

Ralph Attard

Head of Software Architecture

Ralph is a technologist with over 15 years of hands-on and leading positions, entrusted to build and oversee high-performance projects from early stages to post-implementation. He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and public speaker with broad experience in server infrastructure, software development, data platforms, enterprise architecture, management, operations, and evangelises simplicity, standards, best practices, automation, documentation, and balances technology choices with business needs without jeopardising future capabilities.

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