Azure Cosmos DB Workshop

This series of workshops will give you hands-on experience working with Azure Cosmos DB using the SQL API

Workshop PowerPoint Deck

Two Day Suggested Schedule

Deep-Dive Powerpoint Decks

In addition to the above workshop decks, we have hands-on labs. We have labs available for our .NET sdk and Java sdk below:

.NET (V3) Labs

.NET Lab Prerequisites

Prior to starting these labs, you must have the following operating system and software configured on your local machine:

Operating System

  • 64-bit Windows 10 Operating System
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1 or higher 1

Software

Software Download Link
Git /git-scm.com/downloads
.NET Core 2.1 (or greater) SDK 2 /download.microsoft.com/dotnet-sdk-2.1
Visual Studio Code /code.visualstudio.com/download

.NET Lab Guides

It is recommended to complete the labs in the order specified below:


Notes

  1. If you are unsure of what version of the .NET Framework you have installed on your local machine, you can visit the following link to view instructions on determining your installed version: https://docs.microsoft.com/dotnet/framework/migration-guide/how-to-determine-which-versions-are-installed.
  2. If you already have .NET Core installed on your local machine, you should check the version of your .NET Core installation using the dotnet --version command.

Java Labs

Java Lab Prerequisites

Prior to starting these labs, you must have the following operating system and software configured on your local machine:

Operating System

  • 64-bit Windows 10 Operating System

Software

Software Download Link
Git /git-scm.com/downloads
Java 8 JDK (or greater) /jdk8-downloads
Java 8 JRE (or greater) /jre8-downloads
Visual Studio Code /code.visualstudio.com/download
Java Extension Pack (if using VS Code) /vscode-java-pack
Maven /maven.apache.org/

Java Lab Guides

It is recommended to complete the labs in the order specified below:


Notes

  1. When installing the Java 11 SDK or higher, this is bundled with a Java Runtime Environment (JRE). Make sure the JRE path (e.g: C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-11.0.2\bin) is present at the top of your Path variable in System variables.
  2. If you already have Java installed on your local machine, you should check the version of your Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installation using the java -version command.
  3. If using a version of Java greater than version 8, some projects may not compile (for example the benchmarking application).

Misc Labs