Connection pooling is not typically needed for Amazon DynamoDB as it is a managed service and handles connections and scaling automatically. The DynamoDB service automatically handles the creation and management of connections and resources, so you don't have to worry about managing connections or creating a connection pool.
However, you may want to use connection pooling in some cases to optimize the performance of your application.
Other Common DynamoDB FAQ (with Answers)
- Is DynamoDB a managed service?
- Can Django use DynamoDB?
- How resilient is DynamoDB?
- In DynamoDB, can I use UUID as the partition key?
- Can you store XML in DynamoDB?
- How to import data from S3 to DynamoDB?
- Is DynamoDB multi-region?
- Is DynamoDB cost effective?
- Which AWS regions support DynamoDB?
- How do you store JSON on DynamoDB?
- Can I add DynamoDB to my full-stack application?
- Can DynamoDB have multiple tables?
- What is the access pattern in DynamoDB?
- Is DynamoDB table region specific?
- What kind of database is DynamoDB?