Sync data from your DynamoDB database into your data warehouse.
Load data from Dynamo DB to your Data Warehouse
Start moving your Dynamo DB data to BigQuery, Snowflake, or Redshift with fully managed data pipelines. Get clean normalized data ready for analytics, easy to setup in minutes with no coding required. Up to 1 minute sync frequency for real-time data syncronisation.
View more about the Dynamo DB integration in the Weld documentation
Transform and model Dynamo DB data
Get clean data models from your Dynamo DB data. Weld makes it easy to transform and model with the powerfull built in SQL editor.
Connect Dynamo DB data to any BI tool
Transform and combine Dynamo DB data with other data sources with Weld, to build valuable business insights. Connect any BI Tool to build valueable analytics and reporting for your company.
Here are four popular data analytics use cases with data derived from DynamoDB:
- Real-time Analytics and Monitoring: DynamoDB's high-throughput capabilities make it a go-to choice for collecting and analyzing real-time data. Whether it's monitoring application performance, tracking user interactions, or observing IoT device metrics, the rapid read and write operations of DynamoDB enable live data insights.
- User Behavior and Personalization: Applications can store user profiles, activity logs, and preferences in DynamoDB. Analyzing this data helps businesses understand user behavior patterns, allowing them to fine-tune features, enhance user experience, or deliver personalized content and recommendations.
- Gaming Backend Insights: For online games, DynamoDB can store player profiles, leaderboards, and game states. Game developers can analyze this data to gauge player engagement, identify popular in-game items or events, and strategize monetization efforts based on player behaviors.
- Scalable Session Management: For applications with a vast number of concurrent users, DynamoDB is often used for session management. By analyzing session data, businesses can understand peak usage times, average session durations, and areas within the application that see the most activity.
Harnessing the data stored in DynamoDB provides businesses with the agility to make data-driven decisions, optimize application performance, and enhance user experience in real-time environments.