Cerulean

Azure Cosmos DB

Cosmos DB Accounts

Accounts

Using Cerulean you can perform basic tasks to manage your Cosmos DB accounts targeting SQL API, Gremlin API, Table API, MongoDB API, and Cassandra API.

Cerulean enables you to manage data in your Cosmos DB accounts targeting SQL API, Gremlin API and Table API. Support for managing data in MongoDB and Cassandra API is coming soon.

Using Cerulean you can list all Cosmos DB accounts in your Azure Subscription.

Using Cerulean you can view properties of a Cosmos DB account. General properties like account name, resource group name, account id, API type, and endpoints etc. can be viewed for an account.

Using Cerulean you can manage access keys of a Cosmos DB account. You can manage both primary/secondary read-write and primary/secondary read- keys with Cerulean.

Using Cerulean not only you can list the keys mentioned above but also regenerate any of the access keys for your Cosmos DB account.

Using Cerulean you can easily configure geo-replication properties of a Cosmos DB account. You can conveniently add or remove read regions for your Cosmos DB account. You can also initiate a manual failover i.e. make one of the existing read regions as new write region from within the application.

Using Cerulean you can easily configure default consistency level of a Cosmos DB account. You can conveniently add or remove read regions for your Cosmos DB account. You can also initiate a manual failover i.e. make one of the existing read regions as new write region from within the application. You can choose from Bounded Staleness, Consistent Prefix, Eventual, Session and Strong consistency levels.

Using Cerulean you can manage tags of a Cosmos DB account. You can list tags defined on a Cosmos DB account, add new tag, update a tag value or delete one or more tags for that account.

Using Cerulean you can manage resource locks on a Cosmos DB account. You can list existing locks on a Cosmos DB account, add new locks or remove existing locks from an account.

This is a special Cerulean feature where you can launch Azure Portal from inside the application and manage your Cosmos DB account there.

Using Cerulean you can connect to a Cosmos DB account using account name and key and manage data in those accounts. Currently Cerulean only supports connecting to Cosmos DB accounts targeting SQL API, Gremlin API and Table API.

On Windows machine you can connect to Cosmos DB Emulator using Cerulean and manage that. Please note that Cerulean currently assumes that you're targeting SQL API for your Cosmos DB Emulator.

This is a special Cerulean feature wherein you can give a name of your choice to your Cosmos DB account. For example, if your Cosmos DB account's name is "portalxcd45laq" you can give it a friendly name of "Dev Account (SQL API)" for easier identification.

This is a special Cerulean feature wherein you can assign a resource category like "Development", "QA", "Production" etc. to your Cosmos DB account for easier categorization. You can then group all resources managed in Cerulean by resource category to manage them together.

This is a special Cerulean feature wherein you can explore a Cosmos DB account in read-only or read-write mode to prevent accidental deletes and updates. When an account is assigned "read-only" permission in Cerulean, the app will prevent you from making any updates or deletes. Similarly when an account is assigned "read-write" permission, the app will prevent you from making any deletes (updates are allowed).

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