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Tag: global tables

How to use Amazon DynamoDB global tables to power multiregion architectures

More and more, AWS customers want to make their applications available to globally dispersed users by deploying their application in multiple AWS Regions. These global users expect fast application performance. In this post, I describe how to use Amazon DynamoDB to power the database of a global backend deployed in multiple AWS Regions. I use […]

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How to create a fast and globally available user profiling system by using Amazon DynamoDB global tables

A user profiling system is a system that stores users’ names, IDs, contact information, past behaviors, interests, and other information. Such a system also provides methods to query that user information. In this post, I explain the importance of a globalized user profiling system, how to create this system using Amazon DynamoDB global tables, and […]

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