This blog post details the several ways in which Change Feed in the Azure Cosmos DB API for Cassandra makes consumption of row mutations significantly easier to use with much more flexibility, than Apache Cassandra's CDC (Change Data Capture) functionality.
We are excited to announce that Azure Cosmos DB now has GA support for Glowroot for its Cassandra API. This allows users of Azure Cosmos DB’s Cassandra API to get all the benefits of using Glowroot. While for Glowroot users an additional benefit of having fully managed Azure Cosmos DB Cassandra API.
Check out the latest recommendations for using Java V4 Cassandra Driver with Azure Cosmos DB's Cassandra API. We've created a custom Java extension that you can implement without any code changes, for a better overall experience.
Today at Microsoft Ignite, we announced Azure Managed Instance for Apache Cassandra in public preview. Azure Managed Instance for Apache Cassandra provides the ability to provision managed native Apache Cassandra clusters, with automated deployment and scaling operations, accelerating hybrid scenarios and reducing ongoing maintenance.
Azure Cosmos DB Cassandra API is a fully managed cloud service that is compatible with Cassandra Query Language (CQL) v3.11 API. It has no operational overhead and you can benefit from all the underlying Azure Cosmos DB capabilities such as global distribution, automatic scale out partitioning, availability and latency guarantees, encryption ...
Azure Cosmos DB serverless is now available for the Cassandra API. Get an overview of this new option, a walk-through on getting started, and tips for choosing between serverless and provisioned throughput for your database operations.