Azure Cosmos DB for MongoDB is previewing a vCore deployment option that provides better cost control and an easier lift-and-shift solution for migration to the service.
Azure CosmosDB for PostgreSQL increases the storage limits of coordinator and worker nodes, improving throughput and helping control costs.
Chart explains the similarities and differences in Azure PostgreSQL deployment options.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL Hyperscale gets a new name and moves to Cosmos DB with minimal impact; however, it lacks Cosmos DB’s data and security sharing advantages.
PostgreSQL and MySQL, two Azure open-source SQL offerings, increase deployment sizes to meet enterprise needs while Hyperscale moves to Cosmos DB with little notice or change.
Azure NoSQL offerings support several data types and address a functional gap in Microsoft’s own SQL Server product.
The chart compares Microsoft’s on-premises and hosted database management offerings, their query languages, and the data types they support.
Sidebar explains the various data types and technologies used in Microsoft database management offerings.
Microsoft's database management landscape includes on-premises and cloud solutions with proprietary and open-source products that are designed for all enterprise data types and workloads.
Azure Cosmos DB adds Always Encrypted high-end security to protect sensitive data in transit using customer-managed keys, helping customers meet regulatory and policy requirements.