Give your application room to grow using Azure Table storage. Discover how to use this NoSQL key-value database service with your ASP.NET Core application.
- [Ervis] One of the most important decisions in building scalable applications, is to make sure that you choose the right data storage service. And the best data storage service is the one that is scalable, affordable, and has fast data speeds. If you are looking for a NoSQL solution to store structured or semi structured data, Azure table storage is a great NoSQL key value database service. During this course, I'll be helping you learn how to work with Azure table storage using the Cosmos DB table API. We'll start off by looking at the key differences between SQL and NoSQL databases, and where does the Azure tables fall into these categories. Next, we'll explore how to add, read, update, and delete entities from Azure tables. By the end of this course, will also be able to replicate Azure table storage data globally to enable the applications to operate on a copy of the data that's close to its users. Hi, I am Ervis Trupja, and I specialize in building enterprise level .NET Core web applications. Join me my LinkedIn learning courses we explore Azure tables using an ASP.NET Core application.