Spring projects in general are opinionated: 80-90% of use cases are handled “by default”, and code is often much more concise than would be required otherwise due to Spring’s preference of convention over configuration. These and other “opinions” can result in dramatically less code to write and maintain and as a result, more focused impact.

In the vast majority of cases where Azure Storage is used from an application, there is no compelling advantage to using more than a single Azure storage account. But there are edge cases, and having the ability to use multiple Azure Storage accounts from a single app – even if we might only need that capability around 10% of the time – could provide an incredibly useful extension of our storage superpowers.

Generated by Feedzy