Amazon DynamoDB is a very popular NoSQL database service. Among AWS databases, the Flux7 AWS consultants like DynamoDB for its fast, reliable performance, especially for real time apps where we need faster access of data e.g. commerce, big data analytics, and IoT applications. Moreover, as a managed service, AWS takes care of the administrative burden (e.g. hardware provisioning, setup and configuration, replication, software patching, etc.) for you. While this database is well-loved, one feature that has been in high-demand--and we are happy to say was just released by AWS--is Auto Scaling for DynamoDB. We are really excited to see AWS deliver Auto Scaling to DynamoDB customers as it will make administration and managing capacity of data even easier, will help maximize availability for applications, all of which will positively impact cost savings.
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In our last article, we took a look at how marrying Ansible and AWS makes a great deal of sense for DevOps enterprises and discussed eight specific ways Ansible helps create greater efficiency and effectiveness for AWS deployments. Today we will dive into the recently refactored Ansible to discuss its newest features and how they can further help bolster your AWS efforts. In addition, Ansible likes to bill itself as “batteries included”. As a result, we will also review the new "batteries" or modules that are available with the release of Ansible 2.0.
This is part 1 of the AWS Autoscaling Tutorial for LAMP in AWS series. This autoscaling step-by-step guide would walk you through: