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You need to ensure that performance requirements for Backtrack reports are met.
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Box 1: Cosmos DB indexes
The report for Backtrack must execute as quickly as possible.
You can override the default indexing policy on an Azure Cosmos container, this could be useful if you want to tune the indexing precision to improve the query performance or to reduce the consumed storage.
Box 2: Cosmos DB TTL
This solution reports on all data related to a specific vehicle license plate.
The report must use data from the SensorData collection. Users must be able to filter vehicle data in the following ways:
✑ vehicles on a specific road
✑ vehicles driving above the speed limit
Note: With Time to Live or TTL, Azure Cosmos DB provides the ability to delete items automatically from a container after a certain time period. By default, you can set time to live at the container level and override the value on a per-item basis. After you set the TTL at a container or at an item level, Azure Cosmos DB will automatically remove these items after the time period, since the time they were last modified.