Serverless Data Import to DynamoDB using S3 and Lambda
Amazon DynamoDB is a fast, web-scale NoSQL database that is central to many serverless applications. The S3-to-Lambda pattern can be used to load data into a DynamoDB table directly from objects stored in an S3 bucket.
Whether you have a handful of very large files, or many smaller ones, this approach loads the data quickly and reliably. See how you can set this up in your own applications with this walkthrough and downloadable GitHub repository.
This series is about the S3-to-Lambda serverless design pattern, and how it can become a flexible core for your serverless applications. To learn more, see the other videos in this series.
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