Michael Garski, Director of Platform Engineering at Fender Digital, shares why the combination of DynamoDB and AWS Elasticsearch is perfectly suited to Fender Play lesson content.
In addition to announcing a slew of new products at this year’s Summit New York in New York, AWS invited over a dozen up-and-coming startups to speak during our Startup Lightning Talks program. Participants included everyone from Buzzfeed to General Assembly to shopping site Spring. You can watch the full lineup of speakers below: Buzzfeed Software engineer Justin […]
“What’s the easiest way to get started on AWS?” is a common question. Although there are many well established paths to getting started, including using AWS Elastic Beanstalk, serverless computing is a rapidly growing alternative.
By Brent Rabowsky, Startup Solutions Architect, AWS
This post is part 1 of a two-part series. In this post, I focus on data modeling with DynamoDB. I describe an example use case to demonstrate alternative ways of modeling the same data, and the pros and cons of each approach. Proper data modeling is an essential prerequisite to beginning the development of a back end service.
Titan is a distributed graph database that now supports DynamoDB.
In part one, AWS Lambda and DynamoDB Streams were in preview mode. Since their recent launch, some portions of the API have changed. This post reflects the latest updated coding conventions of each.
Today, we reduced the minimum units for reserved capacity to 100, giving startups like yours the ultimate flexibility in buying as much or a
Today, using some new tools from Amazon Web Services, I’ll show you how to make boring, static dashboards reflect changes in real time.
AWS Solution Architect explains how to build your startup’s sign up form on AWS Elastic Beanstalk for reliable scalability.