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Using ASP.NET Core with MongoDB in containers for local dev, CosmosDB for production

If nothing else is true, containers have made local development on a platform so much easier. If you want to use SQL Server for your backend just docker pull microsoft/mssql-server-linux and you can start up an instance with a few parameters. Azure CosmosDB is not available as a container, however, MongoDB is available and happens to be a database I have used in previous applications. MongoDB is one of the many APIs that CosmosDB supports; locally I can develop against an instance of Mongo either in a container or installed and simply change the connection string for my production instance. The flexibility of being able to use MongoDB and then just changing a connection string to use CosmosDB is...