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Amazon DynamoDB supports on-demand backup and restores features. Those features are available to the user independent of whether the user uses AWS Backup or not.… Read More
PartiQL is a SQL-compatible query language that supports querying, modifying, and inserting data. It makes it easier to interact with DynamoDB and run queries in… Read More
PartiQL is a SQL-compatible query language that supports querying, modifying, and inserting data. It makes it easier to interact with DynamoDB and run queries in… Read More
Amazon DynamoDB is a totally managed (“serverless”) and NoSQL (nonrelational) database provider, available on Amazon Web Services. DynamoDB is surprisingly scalable, which means you can… Read More
DynamoDB is a fast NoSQL Database that is managed by Amazon Web Services (AWS). It was developed by Amazon Web Services (AWB). DynamoDB is sometimes… Read More
DynamoDB Streams is a DynamoDB feature that allows users to keep track of any changes made to the data in DynamoDB. It is an “ordered… Read More
Security in the cloud remains one of the main barriers to cloud adoption. For security operations and development teams to follow security best practices ensuring… Read More
Amazon DynamoDB is a NoSQL-managed database that stores data in the form of key-value pairs and document data. A Dynamodb table stores items which are… Read More
In this article, we will work on DynamoDB tables. DynamoDB is a NoSQL database that stores document data or key-value pairs. A Dynamodb table consists… Read More
Global Secondary Index is an index with a partition key and a sort key that can be different from keys in the base table. A… Read More
Amazon DynamoDB is a NoSQL managed database service provided by Amazon that stores semi-structured data like key-value pairs. A DynamoDB table consists of items. Each… Read More
Amazon DynamoDB is a NoSQL managed database that supports semi-structured data i.e. key-value and document data. A DynamoDB table stores data in the form of… Read More
Tables are the backbone of any Relational Database Management System. Tables are used to store data in an organized form so operation on the data… Read More
DynamoDB allows users to create databases capable of storing and retrieving any amount of data and comes in handy while serving any amount of traffic.… Read More
Primary keys are used for uniquely identifying each item in a table. No two-item can have the same primary key. In DynamoDB the primary key… Read More

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