Sharing story of a cosmic journey with Cosmos DB

English Introductory Databases

In this demo heavy session, we will have a brief intro into Cosmos DB and i will share my experience, challenges with multi-model database model on multiple projects. We will get glimpse into Cosmos DB inner-workings and how we could easily start developing on VS Code, while utilizing helpful tooling to maximize productivity. Along the line we will cover: • Deciding on setup & configuration • Review configuration details • Consistency models • Demystifying performance with RUs • Security considerations • Running Cosmos DB for free :) • Development tools and more…


Elkhan Yusubov

Principle Engineer, FHIR HL7, EDI SME

Elkhan is a principal engineer & trainer with experience in healthcare systems, .NET/C#, Nodejs, HL7 FHIR, EDI X12 and overall healthcare data standards. He is an active MCT with specialization in serverless computing, Azure managed services and healthcare data standards training needs. He has started his speaking initiatives for the local meetup communities in last three years and has volunteered for Give Camps and SQL Saturday events. He is involved with HL7 FHIR community to advance interoperability of medical data.

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