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  1. Amazon DynamoDB now enables you to proactively manage your account and table quotas through enhanced integration with Service Quotas. Using Service Quotas, you can now view the current values of all your DynamoDB quotas. You can also monitor the current utilization of your account-level quotas. View the full article
  2. NoSQL Workbench for Amazon DynamoDB is a client-side application to help visualize and build scalable, high-performance data models. Starting today, NoSQL Workbench adds support for table and global secondary index (GSI) control plane operations such as CreateTable, UpdateTable, and DeleteTable. View the full article
  3. Amazon DynamoDB global tables are now available in the Europe (Milan) and Europe (Stockholm) Regions. With global tables, you can give massively scaled, global applications local access to a DynamoDB table for fast read and write performance. You also can use global tables to replicate DynamoDB table data to additional AWS Regions for higher availability and disaster recovery. View the full article
  4. You now can use Amazon DynamoDB as a source data store with AWS Glue Elastic Views to combine and replicate data across multiple data stores—without having to write custom code. With AWS Glue Elastic Views, you can use Structured Query Language (SQL) to quickly create a virtual table—called a view—from multiple source data stores. Based on this view, AWS Glue Elastic Views copies data from each source data store and creates a replica—called a materialized view—in a target data store. AWS Glue Elastic Views monitors continuously for changes to data in your source data stores, and provides updates to your target data stores automatically, ensuring that data accessed through the materialized view is always up to date. View the full article
  5. AWS Pricing Calculator now supports Amazon DynamoDB. Estimate the cost of DynamoDB workloads before you build them, including the cost of features such as on-demand capacity mode, backup and restore, DynamoDB Streams, and DynamoDB Accelerator (DAX). View the full article
  6. With Amazon Kinesis Data Streams for Amazon DynamoDB, you can capture item-level changes in your DynamoDB tables as a Kinesis data stream. You can enable streaming to a Kinesis data stream on your table with a single click in the DynamoDB console, or via the AWS API or AWS CLI. View the full article
  7. You now can use PartiQL (a SQL-compatible query language)—in addition to already-available DynamoDB operations—to query, insert, update, and delete table data in Amazon DynamoDB. PartiQL makes it easier to interact with DynamoDB and run queries in the AWS Management Console. Because PartiQL is supported for all DynamoDB data-plane operations, it can help improve the productivity of developers by enabling them to use a familiar, structured query language to perform these operations. View the full article
  8. You now can restore Amazon DynamoDB tables even faster when recovering from data loss or corruption. The increased efficiency of restores and their ability to better accommodate workloads with imbalanced write patterns reduce table restore times across base tables of all sizes and data distributions. To accelerate the speed of restores for tables with secondary indexes, you can exclude some or all secondary indexes from being created with the restored tables. View the full article
  9. Now you can export your Amazon DynamoDB table data to your data lake in Amazon S3, and use other AWS services such as Amazon Athena, Amazon SageMaker, and AWS Lake Formation to analyze your data and extract actionable insights. No code-writing is required. View the full article
  10. With Amazon DynamoDB global tables, you can give massively scaled, global applications local access to DynamoDB tables for fast read and write performance. All of your data in DynamoDB is encrypted by default using the AWS Key Management Service (KMS). Starting today, you can now choose a customer managed key for your global tables, giving you full control over the key used for encryption of your DynamoDB data replicated using global tables. Customer managed keys also come with full AWS CloudTrail monitoring so you can view every time the key was used or accessed. View the full article
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