AWS Database Blog

How to determine if Amazon DynamoDB is appropriate for your needs, and then plan your migration

AWS CTO Werner Vogels often jokes that AWS is in the business of “pain management for enterprises,” which gets to the root of many of the IT challenges AWS customers face. Simply asking “Where can we provide customers the most benefit?” often results in a discussion of databases and related license costs, performance and scalability […]

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Powering recommendation models using Amazon ElastiCache for Redis at Coffee Meets Bagel

Coffee Meets Bagel (CMB) is a dating application that serves potential matches to over 1.5 million users daily. Our motto is “quality over quantity” because we focus on bringing a fun, safe, and quality dating experience that results in meaningful relationships. To deliver on these promises, every match we serve has to fulfill a strict […]

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Build and deploy an application for Hyperledger Fabric on Amazon Managed Blockchain

At re:Invent 2018, AWS announced Amazon Managed Blockchain, a fully managed service that makes it easy to create and manage scalable blockchain networks using the popular open source frameworks Hyperledger Fabric and Ethereum. A preview of the service is available with support for the Hyperledger Fabric framework, with support for Ethereum coming soon. For additional […]

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Reduce database cost and improve availability when you migrate to the AWS Cloud

Let’s say you have an application that uses database tables to store log and clickstream data. You might store your data in a relational database to ease development and management tasks. When you launch your application, the database is manageable at first, but it grows to hundreds of gigabytes per week. Data storage and retrieval […]

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How to manage AWS Auto Scaling policies easily with tag-based scaling plans

AWS Auto Scaling can scale your AWS resources up and down dynamically based on their traffic patterns. However, a typical application stack has many resources, and managing the individual AWS Auto Scaling policies for all these resources can be an organizational challenge. With scaling plans, you can automate the creation of AWS Auto Scaling policies […]

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Resolve to follow Amazon DynamoDB best practices in 2019

We recommend that you follow Amazon DynamoDB best practices in 2019 to help you maximize the performance and optimize the costs of your mission-critical workloads when working with DynamoDB. This post highlights DynamoDB content that will help you keep such a resolution. Design and use partition keys effectively The primary key that uniquely identifies each […]

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The top 20 most-viewed Amazon DynamoDB documentation pages in 2018

The following 20 pages were the most viewed Amazon DynamoDB documentation pages in 2018. I have included a brief description with each link to explain what each page covers. Use this list to see what other AWS customers have been viewing and perhaps to pique your own interest in a topic you’ve been meaning to explore. […]

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