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Tag: Amazon DynamoDB

AWS Elastic Beanstalk – Environment Resource Support + Updated PHP Runtime

AWS Elastic Beanstalk can now provision and configure AWS resources to power your application. In conjunction with a new version of our PHP runtime, you get more control and more flexibility with less code. In October, we announced the Elastic Beanstalk configuration files and talked about how they can help you configure EC2 instances without […]

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New Asia Pacific (Sydney) Region in Australia – EC2, DynamoDB, S3, and Much More

It is time to expand the AWS footprint once again, with a new Region in Sydney, Australia. AWS customers in Australia can now enjoy fast, low-latency access to the suite of AWS infrastructure services. New RegionThe new Sydney Region supports the following AWS services: A Tranquil Beach – Shoal Bay, Australia Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud […]

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DynamoDB Improvements – Consistent BatchGet & More

I’m happy to announce a number of improvements to Amazon DynamoDB – Consistent BatchGet, Simultaneous Control Plane Operations, and more flexible updating of provisioned throughput. Let’s take a look at each improvement. Consistent BatchGetDynamoDB’s BatchGet operation has been extended so that it now supports strongly consistent reads in addition to eventually consistent reads. Using the […]

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Optimizing Provisioned Throughput in Amazon DynamoDB

UPDATE (May 5, 2018) The capacity management capabilities of Amazon DynamoDB were enhanced after this blog post was published. As a result, the post references information that may no longer be the most accurate or a best practice. Pease read the DynamoDB documentation on Best Practices for Designing and Using Partition Keys Effectively to learn […]

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Managing ASP.Net Session State With DynamoDB

Today we have guest post from Norm Johanson, a Software Developer on our Developer Resources team. Norm has put together a post to show you how to track the session state of an ASP.NET application uusing Amazon DynamoDB. — Jeff; When developing a new ASP.NET application, a common approach is to store session data in […]

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Amazon DynamoDB – Support for Binary Data

As Werner noted recently, Amazon DynamoDB is the fastest growing new service in the history of AWS! If you are a DynamoDB user, you already know the drill — create a table, provision the throughput (in terms of read and write capacity units per second), and start storing and retrieving data without worrying about hitting […]

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Amazon DynamoDB – Reduced Minimum Throughput

Our customers have been making great use of Amazon DynamoDB‘s provisioned throughput model! They are provisioning tables that handle hundreds of thousands of reads or writes per second to millions and even billions of items. They are adjusting provisioned throughput on the fly, in order to cope with changes in requirements, and paying only for […]

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AWS CloudFormation Supports Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon CloudFront Dynamic Content

Today, AWS CloudFormation is adding support for Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon CloudFront dynamic content. You can now describe related AWS resources such as EC2 instances, Amazon DynamoDB tables, and Amazon CloudFront distributions using CloudFormation templates. These templates can fully encapsulate the resources needed to run your application on AWS and can be version controlled alongside […]

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