Azure Cosmos DB is one of the fastest-growing Azure services on the market and one of the popular NoSQL database services in the Cloud-based Environment. Cosmos DB is not only a NoSQL type database service that stored only schema-less data. Cosmos DB also provides several Server Side objects like Stored Procedures, Triggers, etc to implement the custom business requirement. In this talk, we'll start with an introduction to the basic principals of Server-Side Objects in Cosmos DB and some of its unique features. We'll then walk through building a web application in .NET Core and C# demonstrating how to communicate with Cosmos DB. We'll then discuss code on how to execute any server-side objects like Stored Procedure, Triggers, etc using Asp.Net Core Applications. Learning objectives • Basic Concept of Azure Cosmos DB • Basic Principles of Server-Side Objects in Azure Cosmos DB • Integrate Cosmos DB operation from Asp.Net MVC Applications • Executing a Stored Procedure in Cosmos DB from Asp.Net Core Application • Demonstrate how to execute a Trigger in Cosmos DB from .Net Core Application
Debasis Saha is a Microsoft Certified Trainer & C# Corner MVP (6 times). Debasis is working as a Lead Engineer at WeFiveSoft Pvt Ltd, Pune. Having 11+ years of experiance in the IT Industry. He always been a great fan of Microsoft Technologies and loves working on them. He has expertise in Asp.Net, MVC, C#, Azure, Asp.Net Core, SQL Server, ReactJs, Angular, and NoSQL Databases like MongoDB, CosmosDB, etc. He loves to write articles about these technologies.
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