In this video, learn how DynamoDB NoSQL tables are priced, based on throughput for read, write, and other services.
- [Instructor] Another service that is important…to consider cost control for is DynamoDB.…So you can think of this as a NoSQL-managed database.…It's serverless, or table as a service.…So this can be in addition to,…or as an alternative to,…a partially managed relational database, such as RDS,…and this is particularly used in serverless architectures.…So I've been building these solutions for customers…and with customers around AWS Lambda, for Compute,…and DynamoDB for storage.…
So the way this is priced is conceptually similar to Lambda,…which is read/write capacity or provisioned throughput,…so what is the access to the table, basically,…in number of units.…Now this is billed at the hourly level, so per hour.…And you also can use reserved provisioned throughput.…So that's kind of blended.…It's like what we saw with EC2, whereas if you know…that you're going to have a certain level of access,…you can buy it reserved, and it will be cheaper.…
Also, you're going to pay for storage,…particularly for indices or indexes,…
- Approaches to cloud service cost control
- Why control AWS service costs?
- Controlling costs by service
- Starting services with CloudFormation
- CloudWatch billing alarms
- AWS Trusted Advisor cost control
- Using third-party products
- Cost control scenarios
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Approaches to Cloud Service Cost Control
2. Control Costs by Service
3. Other Ways to Control Costs
4. Cost Control Scenarios
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