SQL, NoSQL, and Scale: How DynamoDB Scales Where Relational Databases Don't — It’s only a hunch, but I think we’re only going to see DynamoDB and some of its concepts continue to become more popular this decade. This interesting, lengthy article digs deep into scalability and how DynamoDB’s ‘restrictions’ (or tradeoffs) help avoid scaling problems.
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The What, Why, and When of Single-Table Design with DynamoDB — Data modelling when using AWS DynamoDB...The What, Why, and When of Single-Table Design with DynamoDB — Data modelling when using AWS DynamoDB is quite.. different to when using most other database systems, particularly if you follow the advice to use a single table for all of your records. Alex breaks down how single-table designs work and why you’d take this approach.
Episode #34: Advanced NoSQL Data Modeling in DynamoDB with Rick Houlihan (Part 1) | Serverless Chats
▶ Discussing Advanced NoSQL Data Modeling in DynamoDB — What a treat! AWS’s Rick Houlihan is well...▶ Discussing Advanced NoSQL Data Modeling in DynamoDB — What a treat! AWS’s Rick Houlihan is well known for his advanced DynamoDB talks and now he’s on the Serverless Chats podcast talking about the use cases for NoSQL, why single table designs are so powerful, ways to model relational data with GSIs, and, of course, a lot more (there’s even a part 2). A must listen for both NoSQL and DynamoDB users.