Amazon DynamoDB Zero-ETL Integration Now Available with Amazon OpenSearch Service

AWS announced the availability of the Amazon DynamoDB zero-ETL integration with Amazon OpenSearch Service, enabling users to perform a search on their DynamoDB data by automatically replicating and transforming it without custom code or infrastructure.

According to AWS, this zero-ETL integration reduces the operational burden and cost involved in writing code for a data pipeline architecture, keeping the data in sync, and updating code with frequent application changes, enabling users to focus on their application.

With this zero-ETL integration, Amazon DynamoDB customers can now use the powerful search features of Amazon OpenSearch Service, such as full-text search, fuzzy search, auto-complete, and vector search for machine learning (ML) capabilities to offer new experiences that boost user engagement and improve satisfaction with their applications.

This zero-ETL integration uses Amazon OpenSearch Ingestion to synchronize the data between Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon OpenSearch Service. Users choose the DynamoDB table whose data needs to be synchronized and Amazon OpenSearch Ingestion synchronizes the data to an Amazon OpenSearch managed cluster or serverless collection within seconds of it being available.

Users can also specify index mapping templates to ensure that your Amazon DynamoDB fields are mapped to the correct fields in your Amazon OpenSearch Service indexes. Also, synchronize data from multiple DynamoDB tables into one Amazon OpenSearch Service managed cluster or serverless collection to o?er holistic insights across several applications.

Amazon DynamoDB zero-ETL integration with Amazon OpenSearch Service is now generally available in all AWS Regions where OpenSearch Ingestion is available today.

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