How to use the information you know about your database clusters to estimate the provisioned throughput request units you'll need when migrating NoSQL data to Azure Cosmos DB and avoid over-provisioning or overpaying
Announcing the Azure Cosmos DB Java SDK v4 for SQL API is now generally available. Read about all the new features and capabilities as well as how to migrate or get started with new applications today.
In this second of our series for the Azure Cosmos DB Java SDK v4 for Core (SQL) API, I’m going to explore our new Async API.
To get you caught up though go check out the first post in this series Azure Cosmos DB Java SDK v4 - New Java SDK Quickstart Guide and Sample Code!
Current users of our Java SDK v2 are familiar with our Sync API ...
The Azure Cosmos DB Java SDK for SQL API (hereafter “Java SDK”) provides support for Java applications with Azure Cosmos DB.
Java SDK 4.0 General Availability is coming soon! To help customers prepare for this and take advantage of all the new great features, I'll be writing a series of blog posts around this as well as including ...