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We host the cloud version of our software, ENSUR by DocXellent, on EC2 instances with fifteen separate installations currently. These low-cost, flexible, and scalable VMs are an excellent value for the service they provide. We also utilize... more»
Previously, our product was exclusively sold as an on-premises solution. Once we decided on AWS for a cloud hosting platform, we were able to increase our sales dramatically. Within less than two years of offering this option, cloud hosted... more»
AWS is forward thinking and always adding new features. I generally cannot think of an area of improvement. To be honest, AWS and their people know way more about the hosting and infrastructure needs of software developers than me and my... more»
The design approach of DynamoDB makes it very fast and scalable. We have used most of the features offered by DynamoDB because the product is mature and they fit very well. They are planning to introduce versioning in the future.
The application runs much faster and the query response time is three to five times faster when compared to Google Datastore. The admin console is also very user friendly and provides hands-on features for the development team. It provides... more»
* The documentation could be refined to explain some basic topics better. * The local DynamoDB version doesn't come with a tool to view the items inside the tables, so a third-party licensed product is required. * An API to make the creation... more»
We are using DynamoDB in two projects now. One for storing large amounts of file metadata, and one for storing small amounts of session data. The fact that it is so easy to create tables and provision for known throughput saved us a lot of... more»
DynamoDB doesn't provide server-side encryption, so we had to do it manually. Any replication to other regions requires writing code. It's not so bad, but would be better to get a solution out of the box. We store some protected patient... more»