Working with client-side throughput management

One of the nice things about Cosmos DB is that all the operations that the SDK exposes are ones that we can perform with the Cosmos DB service. Now we will use the .NET Core 2 console application that we coded in the previous chapter as a baseline, and we will make changes to our existing application to adjust the provisioned throughput for the existing Comptetitions1 collection with C# code that uses the Cosmos DB .NET Core SDK.

Specifically, we will increase the provisioned throughput to 2,000 RU/s before we start performing the different operations and running the queries, and then, we will reduce the provisioned throughput to 1,000 RU/s before the application finishes its execution. In this ...

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