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Best Practices for Secondary Indexes with DynamoDB
NoSQL is a very different beast from relational datastores. Knowing and planning for your access patterns becomes more important, you can’t just let the server figure it out. You have to do that work. With AWS’s DynamoDB you can use Secondary Indexes to help deal with some of those different access pattern requirements. That’s what this article focuses on. The article also starts to dig into an advanced pattern where you have more than one type of item in your DynamoDB Table. Maybe you store both organizations and users and perhaps they have different access patterns. What do you do then? That’s where it gets juicy.