AWS Database Blog

Category: Customer Enablement

Model hierarchical automotive component data using Amazon DynamoDB

In this post, we discuss an automotive manufacturing information management use case where we store information about components within a vehicle as well as the hierarchy between each of the components. For our automotive use case, we use Amazon DynamoDB to deliver transactional queries, such as component attribute lookups. We will also show you how to use DynamoDB for larger responses such as a recursive query for all the components in a vehicle. While recursive object relationships can be represented in graph databases and possibly traditional RDBMS (with complex joins), these deeper queries can also be represented in DynamoDB.

How Statsig runs 100x more cost-effectively using Amazon ElastiCache for Redis

This post was written by guest authors, Rodrigo Roim, Marcos Arribas, and Anu Sharma from Statsig. Today, developers use feature gates to control feature roll out to manage the risk of bad deployments, but some remain blind to how customers would respond to a new feature. Statsig is a modern feature management and product experimentation […]

Accelerating Nylas’s feature development with AWS Data Lab

This is a guest post by David Ting, VP of Engineering at Nylas. In their own words, Nylas is a pioneer and leading provider of universal communications APIs that allow developers to quickly connect their applications to every email, calendar, or contacts provider in the world. Over 26,000 developers around the globe use the Nylas […]