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Are there any best practices for limiting access to data in DynamoDB besides simply authentication and authorization? For DynamoDB, the entire security model is the authentication and authorization (IAM) supplied by AWS; there is nothing "besides" those two. However, you don't ever access DynamoDB directly from the Internet, but instead go through a ...


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I'm not necessarily saying you shouldn't host your company's repository in the cloud, but I've personally experienced some disadvantages and pain with cloud hosting. How fast and reliable is your internet connection? To me, that is the single biggest consideration. For example, my company is located in a pretty rural area. While our intra-net speeds are ...


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Architecturally, it makes sense to deploy such a shared component separately so that its concerns were properly isolated from the others. Instead of calling it as an internal component, you would issue a (potentially fire and forget) call to another "function" for system-level logging. This also makes sense for scalability because as your system scales out ...


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AWS and maybe others provide a built-in service for logging that you are invited to use. If you don't want to use it, you probably have to push an object to a cloud storage instead. In a classic lambda function architecture, your service is launched on call, ressources are allocated for the duration of the program, then fred. You typically don't have ...



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