Cosmos DB - Verwandlungskünstler unter den Datenbanken

 
German Intermediate Databases

CosmosDB, der Verwandlungskünstler unter den NoSQL-Datenbanken. CosmosDB ist eine globale verteilte hochskalierbare und performante Datenbank die noch dazu einfach zu verwenden ist. Aufwendige Konfigurationen und Wartung der Infrastruktur entfallen, denn hierbei handelt es sich um einen verwalteten Datenbankdienst. In dieser Session erfahren sie mehr über die verschiedenen Kostüme der Datenbank und einige der einzigartigen Features der CosmosDB.

Speaker

Andreas Pollak

Azure Enthusiast

Andreas is an Azure Enthusiast, founder of SpectoLogic® and supports customers developing solutions on Microsoft Azure. Passionate about CosmosDB, Serverless Computing, IoT and loves to work with Visual Studio & DevOps and regular explores new exciting Azure Services.

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