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Tag: Amazon DynamoDB

AWS CloudFormation Adds Support for Redshift and More

My colleague Chetan Dandekar has a lot of good news for AWS CloudFormation users! — Jeff; AWS CloudFormation now supports Amazon Redshift. We have recently enhanced our support for other AWS resources as well. What is CloudFormation?AWS CloudFormation simplifies provisioning and management of a wide range of AWS resources, from EC2 and VPC to DynamoDB. […]

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Amazon DynamoDB Turns Two…

We introduced Amazon DynamoDB just two years ago. Since that time our customers have come to appreciate the power and convenience of this fully managed and highly scalable NoSQL database. DynamoDB was designed to be a database service capable of serving the ever-growing needs of Amazon.com. With single-digit latency for reads and writes, it is […]

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Now Available – Global Secondary Indexes for Amazon DynamoDB

As I promised a few weeks ago, Amazon DynamoDB now supports Global Secondary Indexes. You can now create indexes and perform lookups using attributes other than the item’s primary key. With this change, DynamoDB goes beyond the functionality traditionally provided by a key/value store, while retaining the scalability and performance benefits that have made it […]

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Fine-Grained Access Control for Amazon DynamoDB

I truly enjoy the process of putting blog posts together for new AWS services and features. Many features started out as specific requests from one of the hundreds of thousands of AWS users. With “customer obsession” as one of our core values, all of us on the AWS team do everything that we can to […]

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