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Amazon DynamoDB With Reduced Minimum Throughput

Jeff Barr:

Until now, we’ve focused on scaling up to large tables with plenty of read and write capacity. Today, we are heading the other direction, toward more modestly sized and provisioned tables. We’ve lowered the minimum read and write capacities […]

In other words: whoever felt left outside by our initial announcements and focus is now welcome to join.

Original title and link: Amazon DynamoDB With Reduced Minimum Throughput (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://aws.typepad.com/aws/2012/08/amazon-dynamodb-reduced-minimum-throughput.html