Building Event-driven Microservices with the Azure Cosmos DB Change Feed
The Azure Cosmos DB change feed enables a wide range of possibilities for building large-scale, event-driven microservices. This course will teach you how to build these microservices using real-world e-commerce and IoT workloads.
What you'll learn
Azure Cosmos DB exposes a change feed that makes it easy to build cloud-native, scalable, event-driven microservices. In this course, Building Event-driven Microservices with the Azure Cosmos DB Change Feed, you’ll learn how to leverage the change feed, using real-world e-commerce and IoT workloads to demonstrate key concepts and design patterns. First, you’ll explore the change feed itself, and its partitioned ordering guarantees. Next, you’ll discover how to consume the change feed using both the Change Feed Processor Library and Azure Functions. Finally, you’ll see practical demos that apply these concepts to achieve replication, denormalization, event notifications, materialized views, and data movement. By the end of this course, you’ll know how to build an effective event-driven microservices architecture around Azure Cosmos DB.
Table of contents
- Curing Analysis Paralysis 2m
- Using Change Feed for Replication 2m
- Processing Updates and Deletes 3m
- Using Azure Functions 2m
- Demo: Preparing for Replication 3m
- Demo: Creating the Replication Microservice 10m
- Demo: Testing the Replication Microservice 4m
- Demo: Deploying the Replication Microservice 4m
- Summary 1m