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Enhancements in the Kafka Connector for Azure Cosmos DB: A New Era of Scalability and Flexibility

Enhancements in the Kafka Connector for Azure Cosmos DB: A New Era of Scalability and Flexibility

The Azure Cosmos DB Kafka Connector 2.0 is now available for beta preview, providing massive scalability and superior performance for both source and sink connectors. The Azure Fabric team made this announcement following its successful preview run. Version 2.0 introduces several notable improvements to the first version, including a newer and better major version of The Azure Cosmos DB Kafka Connector.

The major highlight of this update is the capability to use Azure Cosmos DB CDC sources to an event stream effectively. With an eye on breaking down the scalability barriers, this newer version also offers greater flexibility and superior performance to handle a broad range of source-streaming use cases, including several new features and enhancements.

This beta preview signals a brand new era of scalability and flexibility, which developers can now leverage to transform their streaming processes into more robust and efficient operations. Overall, it offers significant improvements to the streaming ecosystem, taking user's experience to an entirely new level.

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