@aws-cdk/aws-dynamodb

CDK Constructs for AWS DynamoDB

Amazon DynamoDB Construct Library



Here is a minimal deployable DynamoDB table definition:

import * as dynamodb from '@aws-cdk/aws-dynamodb';

const table = new dynamodb.Table(this, 'Table', {
  partitionKey: { name: 'id', type: dynamodb.AttributeType.STRING }
});

Importing existing tables

To import an existing table into your CDK application, use the Table.fromTableName, Table.fromTableArn or Table.fromTableAttributes factory method. This method accepts table name or table ARN which describes the properties of an already existing table:

const table = Table.fromTableArn(this, 'ImportedTable', 'arn:aws:dynamodb:us-east-1:111111111:table/my-table');
// now you can just call methods on the table
table.grantReadWriteData(user);

If you intend to use the tableStreamArn (including indirectly, for example by creating an @aws-cdk/aws-lambda-event-source.DynamoEventSource on the imported table), you must use the Table.fromTableAttributes method and the tableStreamArn property must be populated.

Keys

When a table is defined, you must define it's schema using the partitionKey (required) and sortKey (optional) properties.

Billing Mode

DynamoDB supports two billing modes:

  • PROVISIONED - the default mode where the table and global secondary indexes have configured read and write capacity.
  • PAY_PER_REQUEST - on-demand pricing and scaling. You only pay for what you use and there is no read and write capacity for the table or its global secondary indexes.
import * as dynamodb from '@aws-cdk/aws-dynamodb';

const table = new dynamodb.Table(this, 'Table', {
  partitionKey: { name: 'id', type: dynamodb.AttributeType.STRING },
  billingMode: dynamodb.BillingMode.PAY_PER_REQUEST
});

Further reading: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/amazondynamodb/latest/developerguide/HowItWorks.ReadWriteCapacityMode.

Configure AutoScaling for your table

You can have DynamoDB automatically raise and lower the read and write capacities of your table by setting up autoscaling. You can use this to either keep your tables at a desired utilization level, or by scaling up and down at preconfigured times of the day:

Auto-scaling is only relevant for tables with the billing mode, PROVISIONED.

Example of configuring autoscaling

Further reading: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/amazondynamodb/latest/developerguide/AutoScaling.html https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/database/how-to-use-aws-cloudformation-to-configure-auto-scaling-for-amazon-dynamodb-tables-and-indexes/

Amazon DynamoDB Global Tables

You can create DynamoDB Global Tables by setting the replicationRegions property on a Table:

import * as dynamodb from '@aws-cdk/aws-dynamodb';

const globalTable = new dynamodb.Table(this, 'Table', {
  partitionKey: { name: 'id', type: dynamodb.AttributeType.STRING },
  replicationRegions: ['us-east-1', 'us-east-2', 'us-west-2'],
});

When doing so, a CloudFormation Custom Resource will be added to the stack in order to create the replica tables in the selected regions.

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