Calculate Read/Write Capacity Requirements For Amazon DynamoDB
In this lab, you’ll practice different operations regarding DynamoDB. When you’re finished with this lab, you’ll have skills regarding DynamoDB along with its efficient operation and data modeling.
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Create a DynamoDB Table
You will analyze a scenario and calculate the read and write capacity needed. You will also create a DynamoDB table.
Add Data to the DynamoDB Table
You will add data to the DynamoDB table.
Create Another DynamoDB Table
You will analyze a scenario and calculate the read and write capacity needed. You will create a DynamoDB table.
Upload Data and Perform Queries on the DynamoDB Table
You will upload data to the DynamoDB table created in Challenge 3 using the Lambda function and perform queries on the data.
Implement Operations on the DynamoDB Table Using the Lambda Function
You will perform different operations such as to get, update, and delete on the DynamoDB table using the Lambda function. You will execute scans and queries performed in Challenge 4 through codes written in NodeJS using the Lambda function.
Create a Global Secondary Index on DynamoDB Table
You will create a global secondary index on the DynamoDB table created in Challenge 3.
Log Changes of DynamoDB
You will manage streams and log changes in the DynamoDB tables in the Cloudwatch.
Test DynamoDB Log System
You will trigger changes in the DynamoDB table, and view that log in the CloudWatch.
Provided environment for hands-on practice
We will provide the credentials and environment necessary for you to practice right within your browser.
Follow along with the author’s guided walkthrough and build something new in your provided environment!
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- Familiarity with AWS console is preferable.
- Familiarity with Lambda is preferable.