Scaling a Multi-Tenant Application with Azure DocumentDB

Following the release of Azure DocumentDB, Microsoft NoSQL document-oriented fully managed database, in preview mode, there was initial curiosity. Now we are starting to see more focused questions: how does it scale, can it expose OData, how would I go about architecture my department app around it as the back-end, etc. . John Macintyre, Program … More Scaling a Multi-Tenant Application with Azure DocumentDB

Querying Collections with DocumentDB Studio

I released a first Release Candidate (RC) of DocumentDB Studio (release 1.0.0.1). DocumentDB Studio is to Azure DocumentDB what SQL Management Studio is to SQL Server and SQL Azure: a one-stop shop to manage and interact with your DocumentDB. I posted an installation guide of the application and an upgrade guide (both very simple).   … More Querying Collections with DocumentDB Studio

In Azure DocumentDB, DocumentClient.CreateDocumentQuery doesn’t exists!

This is a quick help for you out there who are developing against Azure DocumentDB in .NET. Maybe you read the Getting Started guide or you found that line of code somewhere else. var families = client.CreateDocumentQuery(documentCollection.DocumentsLink, “SELECT * ” + “FROM Families f ” + “WHERE f.id = \”AndersenFamily\””); Then you try this at … More In Azure DocumentDB, DocumentClient.CreateDocumentQuery doesn’t exists!

Managing Databases and Collections with DocumentDB Studio

I released the first Beta version of DocumentDB Studio. DocumentDB Studio is to Azure DocumentDB what SQL Management Studio is to SQL Server and SQL Azure: a one-stop shop to manage and interact with your DocumentDB. I posted an installation guide of the application (very simple). In this post I want to walk you through: … More Managing Databases and Collections with DocumentDB Studio