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The latest news, updates and technical insights from the Azure Cosmos DB team

Azure Cosmos DB API for NoSQL – The Java Ecosystem

The largest external customers of Azure Cosmos DB API for NoSQL, running some of the biggest and most mission critical workloads in Azure, are primarily Java users! In this blog we'll give you a quick run-down of all our supported Java-based client libraries, including our battle-tested core Java SDK, its key supported features, and where ...

Under the hood of the new Azure Functions extension for Azure Cosmos DB

The Azure Cosmos DB Azure Functions extension version 4 is now GA, and it packs a load of improvements and new features. The goal of this post is to go deep into the technical details about the extension changes and guide you to take advantage of them. Source code As a starting point, everything I'll be talking about in the article is ...

Attention Developers: The Cloud-Scale Data for Spring Developers Quick Start Guide is Finally Here!

Overview  The purpose of this developer's quick start guide is to help you build cloud-native Java applications in Azure. You’ll gain insights about using NoSQL and why you should consider Azure Cosmos DB, our fully managed, distributed NoSQL database service on Azure.  These insights are designed to be useful, starting with a NoSQL ...

Create a Java Azure Cosmos DB Function Trigger using Visual Studio Code in 2 minutes!

  Creating event sourcing solutions with Azure Cosmos DB is easy with Azure Functions Triggers, where you can leverage the Change Feed Processor's powerful scaling and reliable event detection functionality, without the need to maintain any worker infrastructure. You can just focus on your Azure Function's logic without worrying about ...

Announcing: Change Feed support for Azure Cosmos DB’s Cassandra API

Azure Cosmos DB now has GA support for Change Feed for its Cassandra API. This now allows users of Azure Cosmos DB's Cassandra API to get the same great advantages of using Change Feed as enjoyed by users of SQL (Core) API and MongoDB API. What is Change Feed? Azure Cosmos DB's Change Feed is a persistent log of documents within a container...

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