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Tag: DynamoDB

Using Amazon API Gateway as a proxy for DynamoDB

This post is written by Andrew Baird, AWS Solutions Architect. Amazon API Gateway has a feature that enables customers to create their own API definitions directly in front of an AWS service API. This tutorial will walk you through an example of doing so with Amazon DynamoDB. You can use the solution described here in […]

Building NoSQL Database Triggers with Amazon DynamoDB and AWS Lambda

Tim Wagner, AWS Lambda General Manager SQL databases have offered triggers for years, making it easy to validate and check data, maintain integrity constraints, create compute columns, and more. Why should SQL tables have all the fun…let’s do the equivalent for NoSQL data! Amazon DynamoDB recently launched their streams feature (table update notifications) in production. […]