Invoking a Stored Procedure from a partitioned CosmosDB collection from Logic Apps

I struggled a little to make that work, so I thought I would share the learning in order to accelerate your future endeavour. I was looking at a way to populate a CosmosDB quickly with random data. Stored Procedures came to mind since they would skip client-server latency.  We can call a stored procedure creating … More Invoking a Stored Procedure from a partitioned CosmosDB collection from Logic Apps

Hacking: changing Cosmos DB Portal experience from Graph to SQL

In the last article, we looked at how we could access a graph using the SQL (aka DocumentDB) API. Here we’ll explore how we can switch the Portal experience from one to the other. Portal Experience The Portal Experience refers to the way the portal lets us interact with Cosmos DB Data.  It’s basically the … More Hacking: changing Cosmos DB Portal experience from Graph to SQL

Hacking: accessing a graph in Cosmos DB with SQL / DocumentDB API

Azure Cosmos DB is Microsoft’s globally distributed multi-model database service. At this point in time (August 2017) there are four supported models:  DocumentDB (also named SQL because the query language is similar to T-SQL), MongoDB, Tabular & Gremlin. We’ve seen how to use Cosmos DB with Gremlin in a past article. Now here’s a little … More Hacking: accessing a graph in Cosmos DB with SQL / DocumentDB API

Cosmos DB & Graph with Gremlin – Getting Started

Azure Cosmos DB is Microsoft’s globally distributed multi-model database service. One of the paradigm it supports is Graph:  Cosmos DB can be used to store and query graphs. At the time of this writing, it supports one interface, Gremlin, which is part of the Apache TinkerPop project. This means we can use any Gremlin Console … More Cosmos DB & Graph with Gremlin – Getting Started