Posted On: Mar 9, 2022

Amazon DynamoDB increases default service quotas to simplify use of large numbers of tables. DynamoDB increased the default quota for the number of DynamoDB tables you can create and manage per AWS account and AWS Region from 256 to 2,500 tables. DynamoDB also increased the number of table management operations you can perform concurrently from 50 to 500. You can now perform a larger number of create, delete, and update table operations in parallel per account and per Region. 

With the new higher default service quotas, you can more easily create and manage hundreds of dedicated tables to track costs separately, and isolate data that requires different retention policies and different encryption keys. You also can host tables for different development, test, and production environments in a single account to share resources more easily. 

These new quotas are now effective in all AWS Regions, except AWS GovCloud (US) Regions. Start taking advantage of these quotas by using the DynamoDB console, the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI) or AWS APIs. For more information on DynamoDB quotas, see the DynamoDB Developer Guide.