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Storing Django Sessions in DynamoDB with django-dynamodb-sessions

django-dynamodb-sessions:

Pros:

  • reduces read/write access to your main database
  • all DynamoDB benefits:
    • fully manged solution
    • scalable
    • fast and predictable performance

Cons (or more of when not to use it):

  • if your application is not running in the AWS cloud
  • the size of the sessions is bigger than 64KB

Original title and link: Storing Django Sessions in DynamoDB with django-dynamodb-sessions (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://gc-taylor.com/blog/2012/2/15/django-dynamodb-sessions-ready/