#### Category : amazon-dynamodb

I have a docker-compose.yml file that starts two services: amazon/dynamodb-local on 8000 port and django-service. django-service runs tests that are dependent on dynamodb-local. Here is working docker-compose.yml: version: ‘3.8’ services: dynamodb-local: image: "amazon/dynamodb-local:latest" container_name: dynamodb-local ports: – "8000:8000" django-service: depends_on: – dynamodb-local image: django-service build: dockerfile: Dockerfile context: . env_file: – envs/tests.env volumes: – ./:/app ..

It might take a while to explain what I’m trying to do but bear with me please. I have the following infrastructure specified: I have a job called questo-server-deployment (I know, confusing but this was the only way to access the deployment without using ingress on minikube) This is how the parts should talk to ..

I need to write into dynamodb from s3 using spark, and I am getting a writing error in the middle of the writing. I have the feeling the problem comes while changing the partition, because it actually writes SOME of the rows. My code is like this: SQL_DISTANCE = """ select origin||destination primary_key, origin, destination, ..

I need to write into dynamodb from s3 using spark, and I am getting a writing error in the middle of the writing. I have the feeling the problem comes while changing the partition, because it actually writes SOME of the rows. My code is like this: SQL_DISTANCE = """ select origin||destination primary_key, origin, destination, ..

I’m new to AWS and attempting to build an API for a basic course scheduling app. I am currently able to get the API running locally and able to invoke two functions. Function 1 is executing properly, but function 2 seems to be executing the code from function 1. Here is how I have my ..

I have a script setup for a lambda that uses Python and will eventually connect to a DynamoDB table. I setup everything locally (a virtual environment using pipenv) using the docker image AWS provides for DynamoDB and it all worked without a hitch. Then I tried to dockerize the Python. When I run my table ..

I’m using a base docker/compose:1.25.0-rc2-alpine image to run some tests in GitLab CI. In the tests, I use a docker-compose.yml that works fine locally to bring up a DynamoDB instance and run a Python script. However, though the script works locally (python test.py), when I try to run it on the GitLab CI, I get ..