Question: How resilient is DynamoDB?
Data stored within DynamoDB is highly resilient, with the DynamoDB natively supporting the following features:
- On-demand backup and restore: DynamoDB supports on-demand full backups of tables for long-term archival and retention capabilities.
- Point-in-time recovery: This feature enables users to protect DynamoDB tables from accidental deletion or write operations. It allows restoring tables to any point in the last 35 days.
- Multiple Availability Zones: This feature allows almost real-time data replication in multiple availability zones to protect them in the event of a catastrophic data center failure.
Other Common DynamoDB FAQ (with Answers)
- Does DynamoDB charge for storage?
- How do I create an id in DynamoDB?
- Is connection pooling needed for DynamoDB?
- What is the maximum number of partitions in DynamoDB?
- Why must table be empty to enable DynamoDB global tables?
- Should you make a new DynamoDB client for each request?
- How to forcefully delete a DynamoDB table?
- Does DynamoDB support load balancing?
- How to store location coordinates in DynamoDB?
- Is DynamoDB real-time?
- How do you store JSON on DynamoDB?
- How to write a test case for mocking DynamoDB?
- How to store graphs in DynamoDB?
- How do parallelize requests in DynamoDB?
- Why is DynamoDB so expensive?
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