All Posts tagged as "DynamoDB"

The Three DynamoDB Limits You Need to Know

Learn about the three most important limits in DynamoDB and how they should affect your data modeling.

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Understanding DynamoDB Condition Expressions

DynamoDB Condition Expressions are useful but often misunderstood. See how to use them properly in this post.

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How to model one-to-many relationships in DynamoDB

In this post, see strategies and examples for modeling one-to-many relationships in Amazon DynamoDB.

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DynamoDB Transactions Performance Testing

DynamoDB has added support for transactions. In this post, see the performance impacts of using transactions in your applications.

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DynamoDB Transactions: Use Cases and Examples

DynamoDB Transactions are powerful ways to operate on multiple items in a single request. In this post, see some examples of how and when to use DynamoDB Transactions.

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The What, Why, and When of Single-Table Design with DynamoDB

AWS recommends using just a single DynamoDB table for your entire application. In this post, learn why you would do that and the few times you shouldn't.

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When to use (and when not to use) DynamoDB Filter Expressions

DynamoDB Filter Expressions don't work like you think they do. In this post, learn how Filter Expressions work and when you should use them. You will also learn the right way to filter your data in DynamoDB.

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SQL, NoSQL, and Scale: How DynamoDB scales where relational databases don't

Understand when and why relational databases don't scale, and how DynamoDB is designed to avoid these limitations.

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My DynamoDB Wish List

In this post, I talk about my #awswishlist for DynamoDB, including filtered DynamoDB streams and more Redis-like behavior.

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How to Migrate an existing DynamoDB Table to a Global Table

Take your serverless application global with DynamoDB Global Tables

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Faux-SQL or NoSQL? Examining four DynamoDB Patterns in Serverless Applications

DynamoDB is a popular choice for Serverless applications. In this post, I review the four modeling patterns I see with DynamoDB in serverless applications.

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