How to build HTAP workloads using Azure Cosmos DB and Azure Synapse Link
Azure Cosmos DB's HTAP capability is unique in its ability to perform analytics on high volume operational databases without impacting their performance. In this session we will take an existing operational database workload in Azure Cosmos DB and add HTAP analytics to it using Azure Synapse Link. We will go step-by-step on how to configure Synapse Link for Azure Cosmos DB and show off the features that allow users to build dashboards as well as do analytics on their operational data in near-real time.
Feedback link: https://sqlb.it/?7175
Starts: 12:00 11th Mar 2022
Ends: 12:50 11th Mar 2022
- We will go step-by-step on how to configure Synapse Link for Azure Cosmos DB and show off the features that allow users to build dashboards as well as do analytics on their operational data.
- Azure Cosmos DB, Azure Synapse Link
Theo van Kraay
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