In this post, we will talk about how Cerebrata can be used for efficiently querying Azure Cosmos DB Containers and Storage Account Tables. Querying is a great way to access desired data efficiently and Cerebrata provides certain features that makes querying your Cosmos DB and Storage Table resources easier. Creating Query in Cerebrata  Cerebrata provides different methods and functionalities to create a query. For Azure Storage Tables you can write your…

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Problem Any resource that is being created in Azure must follow certain rules for naming. For example, a Storage Account name can only contain lowercase alphabets and numbers and it can be a maximum of 24 characters. Also, at times Azure itself provide names to the Azure resources and generally these names are quite cryptic.  This prevents users to provide…

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Introduction In this blog, we will understand the basics of Cosmos DB partitions and the use of Cerebrata Cerulean in visualizing the data stored in Cosmos DB SQL API containers based on the partition keys. Logical Partitions A logical partition consists of a set of items that have the same partition key. For example, in…

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