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Fauna provides serverless, multi-region, transactional database instances that are accessible via a cloud API. Fauna is a flexible, developer-friendly, transactional database delivered as a secure and scalable cloud API with native GraphQL. Never again worry about database provisioning, scaling, sharding, replication, or correctness.
Amazon DynamoDB is a key-value and document database that delivers single-digit millisecond performance at any scale. It's a fully managed, multi-region, multi-active, durable database with built-in security, backup and restore, and in-memory caching for internet-scale applications.
DynamoDB differs from other Amazon services by allowing developers to purchase a service based on throughput, rather than storage. If Auto Scaling is enabled, then the database will scale automatically. Additionally, administrators can request throughput changes and DynamoDB will spread the data and traffic over a number of servers using solid-state drives, allowing predictable performance.
Free (forever) monthly capacity
Applications with 10M read ($4.50), 500K compute ($1.00) & 1M write ops ($2.25) & 1GB storage ($0.23) $6.98 USD
Dynamo DB's prices vary according to region, the provided example utilizes the US East (N. Virginia) prices.
Applications with 10M reads ($2,5), 1M writes ($1,25), 1 GB ($0,25) and continuous backup ($0,20) $4,20 USD
To connect programmatically to an AWS service, you use an endpoint. In addition to the standard AWS endpoints, some AWS services offer FIPS endpoints in selected Regions.
Whether you’re building new browser-based or mobile apps, augmenting your microservices, or modernizing existing systems, Fauna gives you the capabilities and the scale that you need without the complexity.
Amazon DynamoDB is a NoSQL database that supports key-value and document data models. Developers can use DynamoDB to build modern, serverless applications that can start small and scale globally to support petabytes of data and tens of millions of read and write requests per second.