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Introduction to Azure Cosmos DB: Microsoft’s Globally Distributed, Multi-Model Database Service

Wed, Jun 21 2017 19:00 UTC

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Introduction to Azure Cosmos DB: Microsoft’s Globally Distributed, Multi-Model Database Service

At Build we announced Azure Cosmos DB, the industry’s first globally-distributed service that enables you to elastically scale throughput and storage across any number of geographical regions while guaranteeing low latency, high availability and consistency – all backed by industry leading, comprehensive SLAs. Azure Cosmos DB allows you to use key-value, graph, and document data in one service, at global scale and without worrying about schema or index management. Join this upcoming webinar to learn more about Azure Cosmos DB, what it offers developers and how it can help you quickly build your modern applications.


Denny Lee

Denny Lee is a Principal Program Manager at Microsoft for the Azure DocumentDB team. He has extensive experience in distributed systems and data sciences with more than 18 years of experience developing large internet-scale infrastructure, data platforms, and distributed systems for both on-premise and cloud environments. Prior to joining the Azure DocumentDB, Denny worked as a Technology Evangelist at Databricks; he has been working with Apache Spark since 0.5. He was also the Senior Director of Data Sciences Engineering at Concur and he was on the incubation team that built Microsoft’s Hadoop on Windows and Azure service (currently known as HDInsight).

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