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Using Amazon Elastic MapReduce With DynamoDB: NoSQL Tutorials

Adam Gray[1]:

In this article, I’ll demonstrate how EMR can be used to efficiently export DynamoDB tables to S3, import S3 data into DynamoDB, and perform sophisticated queries across tables stored in both DynamoDB and other storage services such as S3.

If you put together Amazon S3, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon RDS, and Amazon Elastic MapReduce, you have a complete polyglot persistence solution in the cloud[2].


  1. Adam Gray is Product Manager on the Elastic MapReduce Team  

  2. Complete in the sense of core building blocks.  

Original title and link: Using Amazon Elastic MapReduce With DynamoDB: NoSQL Tutorials (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://aws.typepad.com/aws/2012/01/aws-howto-using-amazon-elastic-mapreduce-with-dynamodb.html