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Rate-Limited Scans in Amazon DynamoDB

by Jason Fulghum | on | in Java | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Today we’re lucky to have another guest post by David Yanacek from the Amazon DynamoDB team. David is sharing his deep knowledge on Amazon DynamoDB to help explain how to manage performance and throughput usage on your DynamoDB tables. When you scan your table in Amazon DynamoDB, you should follow the DynamoDB best practices for […]

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Writing less code when using the AWS SDK for Java

by Jason Fulghum | on | in Java | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Today we have a guest post by David Yanacek from the Amazon DynamoDB team. The AWS SDK for Java provides a convenient set of methods for building request objects. This set of methods, known as a fluent interface, can save you from repeatedly retyping the request variable name, and can even make your code more […]

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Eclipse Deployment: Part 3 – Configuring AWS Elastic Beanstalk

Now that you know the basics about creating AWS Java web applications and deploying them using the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse, let’s talk about some of the ways you can control how your environment runs. AWS Elastic Beanstalk provides several easy ways to configure different features of your environment. The first mechanism we’ll look at […]

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Eclipse Deployment: Part 2 – Deploying to AWS Elastic Beanstalk

In this three part series, we’ll show how easy it is to deploy a Java web application to AWS Elastic Beanstalk using the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse. In part one of this series, we showed how to create an AWS Java Web Project and deploy it to a local Tomcat server. This is a great […]

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Release: AWS Toolkit for Eclipse 2.3

We’ve just released a new version of the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse that adds support for managing your AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) resources directly from within Eclipse, and updates the Amazon DynamoDB Create Table Wizard in the toolkit to support creating tables with Local Secondary Indexes. Check out the new functionality and let […]

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Eclipse Deployment: Part 1 – AWS Java Web Applications

In this three part series, we’ll show how easy it is to deploy a Java web application to AWS Elastic Beanstalk using the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse. The first post in this series demonstrates how to create an AWS Java Web Project, and explains how that project interacts with the existing web development tools in […]

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Using Custom Marshallers to Store Complex Objects in Amazon DynamoDB

by zachmu | on | in Java | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Over the past few months, we’ve talked about using the AWS SDK for Java to store and retrieve Java objects in Amazon DynamoDB. Our first post was about the basic features of the DynamoDBMapper framework, and then we zeroed in on the behavior of auto-paginated scan. Today we’re going to spend some time talking about […]

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Working with Different AWS Regions

by zachmu | on | in Java | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Wherever you or your customers are in the world, there are AWS data centers nearby. Each AWS region is a completely independent stack of services, totally isolated from other regions. You should always host your AWS application in the region nearest your customers. For example, if your customers are in Japan, running your website from […]

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The AWS Toolkit for Eclipse at EclipseCon 2013

Jason and I are at EclipseCon in Boston this week to discuss what we’ve learned developing the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse over the last three years. Our session is chock full of advice for how to develop great Eclipse plug-ins, and offers a behind-the-scenes look at how we build the Toolkit. Here’s what we plan […]

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Eclipse: New AWS Java Project Wizard

If you’re just getting started with the AWS SDK for Java, a great way to learn the SDK is through the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse. In addition to all the tools in the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse for managing your AWS resources, deploying your applications, etc., there are also wizards for creating new AWS projects, […]

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