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15 thoughts on “Mastering Dynamodb

  1. says:

    I think it is a little superficial Is a good book for introduction to DynamoDB, but maybe not for mastering.

  2. says:

    Databases are very much in the spotlight lately and especially the NoSQL breed While there are dozens of offerings on the market only a handful tops the list, one such offspring in the key value area is s DynamoDB Being a close relative to such popular players on this arena as Redis or Voldemort DynamoDB I figured has many unique points, add ons and a strong backing by the user community, not only the mighty corporation Mastering DynamoDB as a book came out at a very strategic time.It is a great technical read, too Tanmay the author walks you gently into the wonderful NoSQL database world Then the book takes you, arm with DynamoDB, and make a fearless traveller sailing through high seas of today s turbulent and fierce data streams and make you prowl the dark alleys of handling the data in the Cloud.The book is structured so it devotes its several first chapters to the nitty gritties of the DynamoDB and then explains on best practices and best usage scenarios The book has an advanced chapter for those who like the extremes For example relational integrity is suddenly discussed in a book about NoSQL no schema or structure supposed to be there the core, alas not so fast The book tastefully ends with an overview of the top 10 or so of the sheer third party offerings from either itself or GitHubers.The best one I liked is the local DynamoDB and the ability to conduct transactions The module that allows to scale the database appeared to be very much of value, but frankly I was surprised it is not written by itself To say , the design decision of having a developer or perhaps an admin being responsible for assigning and provisioning compute throughput for each table made my eyebrows raise.The author appeared very savvy in the subject of Cloud Data perhaps I coined it , I actually learned quite a few interesting techniques and found out that has SLAs for each component, even for their internal systems and especially such a crucial piece as DynamoDB And they are tight SLAs Yet, make a lot of sense to me Nobody argues does not successfully process huge volumes of data, fast.Anyway, I liked the book and the author much, heck, perhaps even than the DynamoDB as a database itself.It s a 5 stars out of 5.

  3. says:

    Better than the white papers from .

  4. says:

    This book serves as a very good introduction to DynamoDB and NoSQL datastores in general The initial chapters cover various concepts of NoSQL dbs and present an essential comparison with their RDBMS counterparts It highlights how DynamoDB is in a clear contrast to s SimpleDB and RDS Tanmay has a very simple and clear writing style and a thorough understanding of the functional components in DynamoDB, and his expertise is very well reflected in the chapters that follow A reader of any level of expertise can equally enjoy the step by step walk through as much as a seasoned DB expert The author does a commendable job of including several screenshots and sample code snippets that makes a rich experience of self paced learning for a reader.Take away You will have a complete high level overview of DynamoDB s architecture, functionality, data modeling and operations Ideal for self paced learning Offers a very intricate detailing on administration and performance tuning Subscribed users of other AWS services can appreciate their interleaving of DynamoDB.However, the book can certainly make use of better proof reading There is certainly a room for improvement on active passive voice usage and grammatical correctness in several chapters.Interesting update The chapter on Data Model Concepts says the item size is limited to 64KB However recently announced that the Item size limit is increased to 400KB.

  5. says:

    If you want a single source to get you up to speed on DynamoDB this is not a bad choice It provides a run down of the DynamoDB api, advice and examples of common use cases andalso provides background on how DynamoDB works behind the scenes.That being said, I would not pay money for this book I had access via a subscription service By 2016 this is already starting to feel a bit out of date as it has not been updated to reflect the changes made to DynamoDB in the past couple of years.Also everything in this book is available elsewhere, a lot of it was just collated from the documentation provided by The behind the scenes was just a summary of the Dynamo paper, and at least one sentence has clearly been ripped from Wikipedia.

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