Creating Items and Exploring Tables in Amazon DynamoDB

Having earlier created some tables for our application we will now quickly see how to store some items. Using the AWS SDK it could be done programmatically very simply as follows: Figure 1. Code to populate the Players Table with sample Items. A couple points to reinforced: Not all items need to have the same […]
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Implementing a Data Storage Tier in the Cloud Using Amazon DynamoDB

One of the most important aspects of application design is the storage tier. For many developers a relational database has traditionally been the engine of choice. While that is often a good solution, the cloud has certainly brought other options to light. NoSQL is increasingly gaining popularity as an alternative that offers internet-class scalability when […]
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Amazon DynamoDB Ups the Ante for NoSQL Database Service

This past week I watched with great interest as Amazon CTO Werner Vogels announced the launch of Amazon’s DynamoDB service. I feel that rather than trying to say something pithy I will just recommend that you check it out for yourselves. DynamoDB is a NoSQL database service that is, in my opinion, head and shoulders […]
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