There are a huge number of AWS customers who use and depend on Amazon DynamoDB for persistent performance for their serverless applications. Amazon DynamoDB has a provisioned capacity model. Customers must set the amount of write and read operations that are required for their application. 

The introduction of auto-scaling helps to automate capacity management for tables and indexes on Amazon DynamoDB. When using auto-scaling customers can state upper and lower bands for read and write capacity. After bands have been set by the customer, DynamoDB will work with CloudWatch, another Amazon service, to monitor and modify capacity when appropriate.

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In theory, Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) has the potential to save your business a significant amount of time and money. But in practice, the complicated AWS interface prevents many would-be users from taking full advantage of the cloud-computing platform. However, thanks to the newest version of the award-winning CloudRanger system and its easy-to-use dashboard, streamlining your business’ AWS backups, disaster recovery and server control has never been easier.

In the following article, we’ll highlight some of the key features found in the newly updated CloudRanger, and explain how they can save your business both time and money on your AWS bill. We’ll also fill you in on how your business can take advantage of a free 14-day trial and experience first-hand how CloudRanger can automate and simplify your routine AWS tasks.

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In order to get the best value when using Amazons EC2 service, you should evaluate the following in order to get the best value from the EC2 pricing that suits your application and business needs. One of the most important things to consider when setting up your EC2 instances is what pricing type meets your applications needs best. You will also have to choose an EC2 instance type that will suit your compute needs. There is a wide range of instances available and each instance type will vary in price.

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In our latest blog, we look to answer the question, What is Amazon Redshift? The simple answer is that Amazon Redshift is a fully managed data warehouse service that can scale from just a hundred gigabytes to a petabyte or more.  Amazon Redshift is a simple cost effective way to analyse your data using SQL and your existing BI (Business Intelligence) tools. Redshift is designed to connect SQL-based clients and business intelligence tools for analytic workloads. Amazon Redshift gives you fast querying abilities and enables you to execute complex queries against any size of dataset.  In this blog, we will look at more of the key features and benefits, so you will no longer have to ask: What is Amazon Redshift?

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