15 Article III confirmations are quite a bit less than the 40 that were threatened earlier, but after confirming those judges, sundry Executive Branch nominations and military nominations as well as passing some legislation, the Senate agreed to hold pro forma sessions only until after the November election.
Democrats actually got off relatively unscathed as far as judicial appointments go.
As for what happens AFTER the election, well that depends on the outcome of the elections.
If Republicans lose control of the Senate, expect to see a very lengthy lame duck session in which they will attempt to shove through every last judicial nominee they can.
If they hold the Senate, the pace should be much more measured.