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Craig Liebendorfer

Author: Craig Liebendorfer

I write for and work with other authors who write for the AWS Database Blog. I previously owned and edited the AWS Security Blog for 3+ years.

Friday, November 30: Amazon DynamoDB sessions at re:Invent

This blog post includes the Amazon DynamoDB sessions, workshops, and chalk talks taking place today at AWS re:Invent 2018. You also can see this list in the live session catalog. Follow us on @DynamoDB for re:Invent and other tweets. Friday, November 30 11:30 AM DAT352-R – Migrate Your Nonrelational Database to AWS In this session, learn how […]

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Amazon DynamoDB–related content from AWS re:Invent 2018

This blog post includes links to video recordings of the Amazon DynamoDB-related keynotes, announcements, and sessions from AWS re:Invent 2018. Video recordings were not made of workshops, chalk talks, or builders sessions. The keynotes AWS re:Invent 2018 Keynote with Andy Jassy (Wednesday, November 28) Among other topics in his keynote, AWS CEO Andy Jassy discusses DynamoDB on-demand. […]

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Thursday, November 29: Amazon DynamoDB sessions and workshops at re:Invent

This blog post includes the Amazon DynamoDB sessions, workshops, and chalk talks taking place today at AWS re:Invent 2018. You also can see this list in the live session catalog. Follow us on @DynamoDB for re:Invent and other tweets. Thursday, November 29 1:00 PM DAT352-R – Migrate Your Nonrelational Database to AWS In this session, learn how to […]

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Amazon DynamoDB On-Demand – No Capacity Planning and Pay-Per-Request Pricing

Just a few years ago, creating a database that could support your business at any scale while providing consistent low latency was a daunting task. That changed in 2012 with Werner Vogels’ blog post announcing Amazon DynamoDB. Amazon DynamoDB was built on the principles in the original Dynamo paper that Amazon published in 2007. Over the years, lots of […]

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New – Amazon DynamoDB Transactions

Over the years, customers have used Amazon DynamoDB for lots of different use cases, from building microservices and mobile backends to implementing gaming and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. For example, Capital One uses DynamoDB to reduce the latency of their mobile applications by moving their mainframe transactions to a serverless architecture. Tinder migrated user data to DynamoDB with zero downtime, to get […]

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Wednesday, November 28: Amazon DynamoDB sessions and workshops at re:Invent

Updated: Added DAT374, which takes place at 7:00 PM today. This blog post includes the Amazon DynamoDB sessions, workshops, and chalk talks taking place today at AWS re:Invent 2018.  You also can see this list in the live session catalog. Follow us on @DynamoDB for re:Invent and other tweets. Wednesday, November 28 11:30 AM DAT325 – How Oath […]

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Tuesday, November 27: Amazon DynamoDB sessions and workshops at re:Invent

This blog post includes the Amazon DynamoDB sessions, workshops, and chalk talks taking place today at AWS re:Invent 2018. You also can see this list in the live session catalog. Follow us on @DynamoDB for re:Invent and other tweets. Tuesday, November 27 8:30 AM DAT404-R – Advanced Design Patterns for Amazon DynamoDB – Workshop This hands-on […]

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Monday, November 26: Amazon DynamoDB sessions and workshops at re:Invent

This blog post includes the Amazon DynamoDB sessions, workshops, and chalk talks taking place today at AWS re:Invent 2018. You also can see this list in the live session catalog. Follow us on @DynamoDB for re:Invent and other tweets. Monday, November 26 11:30 AM DAT365 – Separating Fact from Fiction: Amazon DynamoDB Scaling and Adaptive Capacity […]

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Your guide to Amazon DynamoDB sessions, workshops, and chalk talks at AWS re:Invent 2018

AWS re:Invent 2018 is almost here! This post includes a complete list of Amazon DynamoDB sessions, workshops, and chalk talks at AWS re:Invent 2018. Use the information on this page to help schedule your conference week in Las Vegas this year. If you still haven’t registered for re:Invent and need some help convincing your manager, consider […]

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Amazon DynamoDB highlights from the last 18 months you may have missed

Amazon DynamoDB is a nonrelational database that delivers reliable performance at any scale. It’s a fully managed, multiregion, multimaster database that provides consistent single-digit millisecond latency, and offers built-in security, backup and restore, and in-memory caching. This blog post recaps DynamoDB highlights from the last 18 months. Read this post to learn how to fuel your […]

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