Is Countly compatible with MongoDb interface to Cosmos on Azure?

I am trying to redo our Countly instance, and want to have a separate MongoDb instance. My VM is in Azure, and currently, there is an option to create their DocumentDb with a MongoDb instance.

According to MongoDB, if the app does anything other than simple CRUD procedures, it may not work, and a true MongoDb instance would be required.

Here's some info from MongoDb about the Cosmos interface
http://mongodbnow.com/view/mail?iID=7sLJLLtSgNKT39RTXsTQ

MongoDB vs Cosmos DB
http://mongodbnow.com/view/mail?iID=3CrjbFSdfRZjfppSLVSS

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  • Never tried before, but since we use several MongoDB features other than CRUD, that wouldnt work IMHO. Arturs will be able to provide more information on that if I am missing anything.

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  • Countly does use aggregations, grouping, complex queries, etc. So according to that presentation it won't work at all or won't work as expected with nasty bugs all over the place.

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  • Thanks, I've abandoned the idea, and will stand up a dedicated Mongo DB instance.

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  • Hi Paul,

    It seems Mongo introduced Atlas on Azure: https://www.mongodb.com/cloud/atlas

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