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Z-Order Indexing for Multifaceted Queries in Amazon DynamoDB: Part 1

Update from May 29, 2018: Today, we published Z-order indexing for multifaceted queries in Amazon DynamoDB: Part 2. TL;DR Using Z-order indexing, you can efficiently run range queries on any combination of fields in your schema. Although Amazon DynamoDB doesn’t natively support Z-order indexing, you can implement the functionality entirely from the client side. A single […]

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Performing Parallel Queries and Phrase Searching with Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL 9.6.1

Jeff Levine is a solutions architect for Amazon Web Services. As a solutions architect for Amazon Web Services, one of my responsibilities is to help our customers to learn about new features and capabilities of our services. Amazon RDS makes it possible to set up, operate, and scale relational databases in the cloud without having […]

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