In this article, we will explore the HTAP capabilities of Cosmos DB. The goal is to derive real-time insights from transactional changes made to Cosmos DB, in a cost-effective manner with minimal overhead. I want the solution to be scalable, reliable and overall simple to maintain.
Introduction NoSqlOnSql is a strict syntactical superset of SQL; it adds NoSQL document-oriented capabilities to the SQL language. For this, it uses uses JSON-like documents, integrating them into the normal flow of SQL statements. NoSqlOnSql is based on augmenting a SQL database to support NoSQL features without any kernel changes. In this sense it is […]
As many companies consider moving data to NoSQL, Cassandra may be the choice. In this series, Shel Burkow discusses design considerations for porting a SQL Server schema to Cassandra. The first article explains the Cassandra primary key.
Editorial Note: This is a republish, in memory of Mike who passed away too soon. You can see his memorial at sqlmemorial.org. Recently I have been working with a colleague who is doing a bit of a side projects outside of work. He's trying to expand his skillset using a pet project at home. I encouraged […]
The JSON documents that are part of Cosmos DB document collections can be complex with arrays and nesting. In this article, Adam Aspin shows you how to query them with SQL.
Building on the introduction to the SQL used by Cosmos DB in the first article in the series, here you will learn how to handle some of the more classic challenges that you may face when querying JSON documents. Adam Aspin shows you some of the workarounds that are useful in practice when finding and shaping output data ready for further analysis.