Published on August 10, 2017 by Microsoft

Aravind Krishna shows Scott Hanselman how to get started with the Table API for Azure Cosmos DB, the globally distributed multi-model database. Using the API, applications running on Azure Table storage can take advantage of secondary indexes, turnkey global distribution, dedicated throughput, and single digit millisecond latency with 99.99% comprehensive SLAs. See Github(Table API) for the code demoed in the episode.

For more information, see: Introduction to Azure Cosmos DB: Table API

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aravindkr
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aravindkr
3 months 10 days ago

@karthickthankyou: we plan to add support for Functions with the Table API shortly. Will update here as soon as it is available.

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aravindkr
3 months 10 days ago

@Rune:there is no limit on column. Rows can be 2MB

karthickthankyou
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karthickthankyou
3 months 10 days ago

I faced an issue that CosmosDB Table API is not yet supported by Azure functions. Are there any other ways to access CosmosDB Table API through functions?

Rune
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Rune
6 months 8 days ago

Does this have the same limitations as "normal table storage" ? 64KB pr column and 1 MB pr row.

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