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Designing and Implementing Cloud-Native Applications Using Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB (DP-420)
- Duration: 4 days
- Exam Voucher: Yes
- Language: English
- Level: Intermediate
This course teaches developers how to create application using the SQL API and SDK for Azure Cosmos DB. Students will learn how to write efficient queries, create indexing policies, manage and provisioned resources, and perform common operations with the SDK.
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Cloud-Native Applications Using Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB (DP-420) Course Benefits
In this course, you will:
- Create and configure Azure Cosmos DB SQL API account, database, and container.
- Use the .NET SDK to manage resources and perform operations.
- Perform queries of varying complexity.
- Design a data modeling and partitioning strategy.
- Optimize queries and indexes based on the characteristics of an application.
- Use the Azure Resource Manager to manage accounts and resources with CLI or JSON and Bicep templates.
- Learning Tree Course Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Training (AZ-900T00)
- Ability to write code to connect and perform operations on a SQL or NoSQL database product. (SQL Server, Oracle, MongoDB, Cassandra or similar)
This class prepares attendees for the Microsoft Exam DP-420: Designing and Implementing Cloud-Native Applications Using Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB
Cloud-Native Applications Using Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB (DP-420) Course Outline
Learn about the Azure Cosmos DB for NoSQL and how to get started with your first account, database, and container.
Plan for configuration options and provisioning choices with a new Azure Cosmos DB for NoSQL account.
Use the Microsoft.Azure.Cosmos library from NuGet to connect to an Azure Cosmos DB for NoSQL account from a .NET application.
Use the .NET SDK for Azure Cosmos DB for NoSQL to perform common operations on databases, containers, and items.
Create SQL queries for the Azure Cosmos DB for NoSQL using the Data Explorer and the .NET SDK.
Create custom indexing policies for Azure Cosmos DB for NoSQL containers.
Integrate Azure Cosmos DB for NoSQL with Azure Cognitive Search, Azure Functions, and your own solutions.
In this learning path, you’ll learn how Azure Cosmos DB uses partitioning to scale containers and how spending some time thinking about your data model helps to meet the performance needs of your applications.
Plan and implement techniques to replicate data across the globe in Azure Cosmos DB for NoSQL.
Optimize the performance of your queries and operations using Azure Cosmos DB for NoSQL.
Review the common Cosmos DB administrative tasks of monitor, performance metrics, backup and security used in Azure.
Use the command line and Azure Resource Manager to automate common management tasks for Azure Cosmos DB for NoSQL.
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Cloud-Native Applications Using Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB (DP-420) FAQs
Plus, you need to be able to interpret JSON, read C# or Java code, and use PowerShell.
Professionals that want to take, and pass this exam, design, and implement data models and data distribution, load data into a database created with Azure Cosmos DB, and optimize and maintain the solution. They also integrate the solution with other Azure services, and they design, implement, and monitor solutions that consider security, availability, resilience, and performance requirements.
If this is your skill set, the Microsoft Certified: Azure Cosmos DB Developer Specialty certification validates your expertise in this area and offers you the opportunity to prove your abilities.
Yes! Please just note it upon your registration, or you can request it when you call in to register!