I am working on large cloud migration project for UK Government. They need to manage AD/O365 on boarding leavers not just individuals but whole suppliers etc. with auditable approvals etc. They have Powershell skills but new to Azure. This would be a great help for all sort of devops tasks they have
Thank you for your feedback. We’re considering this for a future release of Azure Search.
Azure Search Product Team
this problem should not be a problem, Cosmsos data shoudl be searchable directly not via an api and we should not need to make a decison on whihc api to use at design time at all
We are now planning on including support for deploying Cosmos DB stored procedures from our Resource Provider.
This will allow users to create stored procedures when deploying Cosmos resources from an ARM Template. Support will also be added to PowerShell and az cli in the near future as well.
Combined this capability will allow users to deploy Cosmos resources from templates or scripts when deployed from source control.
Will update here for future progress on this work.
Thank you for your suggestion.
This can be done from Azure DevOps using powershell - and form there you could create a custome taks in Azure Devops to do this, so I wonder if the Devops Team might be more amenable to ensure that CosmosDB can be controlled as part of a CI/CD pipeline.
Thanks for your feedback. Currently, we don’t have any plans for R support in Functions. We will monitor the votes on this request to accordingly inform the priority on our backlog.
Running R data science functions serverless is key for those organisations which have a deep investment in skills and code in this language. Azure ML Workbench has no R support so the only way to run R in Azure is with Spark Data Bricks or use a VM with R server installed.
we have R in ML, R in Power BI , R in Spark, but to be able to run R at scale and as a service is not in Azure afaik
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