C# 8.0 New Feature–Interface Default Implementation for Methods

With upcoming C# 8.0, there is an interesting feature called default implementation body for methods within an interface definition. That means if you have few methods signatures defined and you want make implementation classes to implement these methods optionally (remember, previously all interface methods needs to be implemented in implementation classes) , with C# 8.0,…

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Azure Cosmos DB – TTL (Time to Live) – Reference Usecase

TTL capability within Azure Cosmos DB is a live saver, as it would take necessary steps to purge redudent data based on the configurations you may.  Let us think in terms of an Industrial IoT scenario, devices can produce vast amounts of telemetry information, logs and user session information that is only useful until we…

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Azure Cosmos DB – 429 Too Many Requests

Recently while I was doing Performance Testing in one of the APIs interacting with Cosmos DB, I encountered a problem as Azure Cosmos DB API’s started returning Http Code 429.  Http Status Code 429 indicates that too many request been received or request rate is very large. This error would happen when we have concurrent…

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General Availability of Azure Database Services for MYSQL and PostgreSQL

It has been a while I have written something on my blog. I thought of getting started again with a good news that Microsoft Azure team has announced the general availability of Azure Database Services for MySQL and PostgreSQL. In my earlier posts, I have provided some oversight into Preview Availability of these services as…

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Getting Started local development with Azure Cosmos DB services – Part 2

In my previous article we discussed about setting local development environment using Cosmos DB Emulator for Windows. With this part 2 of the article, we will cover developing, debugging and integration related aspects of using Cosmos DB Emulator. Developing with Cosmos DB Emulator Once you have Cosmos DB emulator installed and running on your machine,…

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Getting Started local development with Azure Cosmos DB services – Part 1

Azure Cosmos DB is a multi-API, multi-model highly scalable NoSQL database services from Microsoft Azure platform. In order to develop an application consuming Azure Cosmos DB requires an azure live subscription or emulator in your local machine. The Azure Cosmos DB Emulator provides a local development/test environment for Azure Cosmos DB development purposes. Using Azure…

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