Asynchronous Couchbase Operations Using the Java SDK

If you work with Couchbase in Java, you may at times need to perform a batch of document reads, writes, updates, or deletes. If you are running these operations in a typical sequential loop, one document at a time, and if the order of the operations is not significant, then you’ve been missing out on the performance gains available in Couchbase’s support for asynchronous batch operations.

My latest article in the Couchbase SDK series for baeldung.com introduces Asynchronous Batch Operations in the Couchbase SDK by way extending the CRUD-repository-like service that was first introduced in a previous article, Using Couchbase in a Spring Application.

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