Videos

Building Scalable IoT and Event Stream Management on AWS

7 months ago
Learn more – amzn.to/2jDPFaG On this episode of This Is My Architecture, Tim Fox from CorpInfo, an AWS Premier Consulting Partner, explains how they built a flexible and scalable IoT solution to power a customer’s video streaming application. You’ll see how they use a mix of services and data stores including ELB, EC2, S3, RDS, […]

Welcome to AWS Startups

7 months ago
Learn more about AWS Startups here – amzn.to/2hFXFeL From the spark of an idea, to the first customer, to IPO and beyond, find out how AWS can help you build, launch, and scale your startup.
Welcome to AWS Startups

Welcome to AWS Startups

8 months ago
Learn more about AWS Startups here – amzn.to/2hFXFeL From the spark of an idea, to the first customer, to IPO and beyond, find out how AWS can help you build, launch, and scale your startup.
Lyft Easily Scales Up its Ride Location Tracking System with Amazon DynamoDB

Lyft Easily Scales Up its Ride Location Tracking System with Amazon DynamoDB

11 months ago
Learn more – amzn.to/2bJ7dEF Chris Lambert, chief technology officer at Lyft, talks about how the company migrated one of its largest data stores to Amazon DynamoDB and how Lyft easily scales its ride location tracking system with DynamoDB write and read capacity knobs.
Amazon DynamoDB June 2016 Day at the SF Loft – From SQL to DynamoDB

Amazon DynamoDB June 2016 Day at the SF Loft – From SQL to DynamoDB

1 year ago
Learn more at: amzn.to/29q38Qa – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – SQL databases are familiar and provide strong consistency guarantees that make life easy for developers. Things change once you start getting beyond the capacity of a single machine, however, as you are […]
Amazon DynamoDB June 2016 Day at the SF Loft | Montage

Amazon DynamoDB June 2016 Day at the SF Loft | Montage

1 year ago
Learn more: amzn.to/298lxjo – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – This video was recorded in June 2016 during the DynamoDB Day at the SF Loft.
Amazon DynamoDB June 2016 Day at the SF Loft – Deep Dive on Amazon DynamoDB

Amazon DynamoDB June 2016 Day at the SF Loft – Deep Dive on Amazon DynamoDB

1 year ago
Learn more at: amzn.to/2946J5T – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Rick Houlihan, Principal TPM, explores DynamoDB capabilities and benefits in detail and discusses how to get the most out of your DynamoDB database. We go over schema design best practices with DynamoDB across […]
Amazon DynamoDB April 2016 Day at the NY Loft – DynamoDB Design Patterns and Best Practices

Amazon DynamoDB April 2016 Day at the NY Loft – DynamoDB Design Patterns and Best Practices

1 year ago
Learn more at amzn.to/1VClyAS – – – – – – – – – – This session will begin with an introduction to non-relational (NoSQL) databases and compare them with relational (SQL) databases. We will also explain the fundamentals of Amazon DynamoDB, a fully managed NoSQL database service. Learn the fundamentals of DynamoDB and see the […]
Amazon DynamoDB April 2016 Day at the NY Loft – Getting Started with Amazon DynamoDB

Amazon DynamoDB April 2016 Day at the NY Loft – Getting Started with Amazon DynamoDB

1 year ago
Learn more at amzn.to/1UmLpY6 – – – – – – – – – – This session will begin with an introduction to non-relational (NoSQL) databases and compare them with relational (SQL) databases. We will also explain the fundamentals of Amazon DynamoDB, a fully managed NoSQL database service. Learn the fundamentals of DynamoDB and see the […]
AWS Seattle Big Data Meetup | DynamoDB Streams and Cross-region Replication

AWS Seattle Big Data Meetup | DynamoDB Streams and Cross-region Replication

1 year ago
Learn More: amzn.to/1YqspxT – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Software applications nowadays are experiencing an accelerated growth in the amount of data they are required to process. As more software developers look to the cloud to solve scalability issues, many are choosing […]
Amazon DynamoDB January 2016 Day at the SF Loft – How to Design NoSQL Tables and Avoid Hot Keys

Amazon DynamoDB January 2016 Day at the SF Loft – How to Design NoSQL Tables and Avoid Hot Keys

1 year ago
Learn More: amzn.to/1WjTS4P Learn best practices for designing NoSQL tables. We’ll discuss how to maximize your NoSQL throughput and avoid hot keys with good design patterns and uniform distribution across your key space.

Amazon DynamoDB January 2016 Day at the SF Loft | Build a Location-Aware Recommendation Engine

1 year ago
Learn more: aws.amazon.com/dynamodb/getting-started Recommendation engines help your prospects and customers find the most relevant offers and content. In this presentation, you will learn how to use AWS building blocks to build your own location-aware recommendation engine. You’ll see how to store real-time events using Amazon Kinesis and Amazon DynamoDB. See how to easily move data […]