Amazon DynamoDB is a fully managed NoSQL database service offered by Amazon.com as a part of their Amazon Web Services portfolio. Many of the world’s renowned businesses and enterprises use DynamoDB to support their mission-critical workloads.
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Trigger when new item created in table.
Trigger when new table created.
Triggers when a new alert is added.
Triggers when a new mention comes through for the specified alert
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Amazon DynamoDB is a fully managed NoSQL database service that enables you to elastically scale throughput capacity, storage, and number of read and write units in real time. The service receives data from client applications using server-side or client-side encryption. Client-side encryption is application-specific and can provide additional security beyond the underlying storage layer.
Amazon DynamoDB is designed for highly concurrent access by distributed client applications. It provides a range of tops for developing and deploying reliable, scalable, and fault-tperant applications. You pay only for what you use, there are no minimum usage commitments for this service.
Mention is an online platform that lets you track people, companies, products, places, dates, etc. across the web. Mention tracks over 50 million sources in real time and helps you monitor your brand performance across multiple social networks including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Google+.
Mention is an expert in monitoring business mentions & brand metrics. This makes it a perfect fit for our customers who want to track their brand mentions around the web, as well as in social media channels like Twitter & Facebook.
Since our platform is built on Amazon Web Services (AWS), it’s easy for us to connect Mention users with DynamoDB by building an integration between the two services directly through AWS Marketplace. This integration allows Mention users to have their data automatically stored in DynamoDB tables.
The integration between Mention & DynamoDB was designed to simplify the tracking of brand mentions across the web while providing some extra benefits. For example, a Mention user could create a table called “Brand Mentions” in DynamoDB and then pull in all mentions for a particular brand name into that table. As an example, let’s say I wanted to track all mentions of our company name Mention. I could do this by creating the “Brand Mentions” table in DynamoDB and then have Mention push all new mentions directly into your table. The main benefit of this design is that it makes it possible for you to query those mentions in real time without having to scan through other tables. Additionally, it keeps your data organized by keeping all brand mentions in a single table.
Another major benefit of integrating Mention with DynamoDB is that it gives you access to another layer of security that is not available within the Mention platform. Since Mention has no contrp over where our clients host their data, we cannot guarantee that someone won’t access your data by trying brute force attacks against the source IP address where they are receiving your data from. Because of this limitation, we do not recommend storing sensitive information in Mention since anyone with access to your source IP address can see all of your data. However, because DynamoDB encrypts all data at rest using server-side encryption, we can guarantee that no one can see sensitive information stored in your database unless they have access to your account keys. By having Mention push data into DynamoDB, we are able to ensure that your data will not be exposed to anyone who does not have access to your account keys.
There are many ways to store data including relational databases like MySql or Oracle or NoSQL databases like Cassandra or Redis. However, when dealing with large amounts of unstructured data it can get expensive quickly since you may have to provision more servers which cost money and will take a long time to setup. Furthermore, if you want to scale out you will have to provision more servers which also costs money and takes time to setup. This is where NoSQL databases like Amazon DynamoDB come in handy since they allow you to scale in real time which means you can add or reduce capacity on demand without any downtime or costly downtime maintenance windows. In addition, unlike relational databases which are limited by relationships between different tables, NoSQL databases allow you to store any type of data in any table which is why they are great at handling large amounts of unstructured data like social media posts or log files which contain a lot of text but not necessarily structured tabular data or relationships between tables. Another thing I like about NoSQL databases like DynamoDB is that they handle massive amounts of data like billions of items so they are great for storing things like logs files where there might be millions of items but their output can be used without having to process every single item individually which would take too much time and cost too much money!
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