This destination writes data to AWS DynamoDB.
The Airbyte DynamoDB destination allows you to sync data to AWS DynamoDB. Each stream is written to its own table under the DynamoDB.
Each stream will be output into its own DynamoDB table. Each table will a collections of
jsonobjects containing 4 fields:
_airbyte_ab_id: a uuid assigned by Airbyte to each event that is processed.
_airbyte_emitted_at: a timestamp representing when the event was pulled from the data source.
_airbyte_data: a json blob representing with the extracted data.
sync_time: a timestamp representing when the sync up task be triggered.
This connector by default uses 10 capacity units for both Read and Write in DynamoDB tables. Please provision more capacity units in the DynamoDB console when there are performance constraints.
- 1.Allow connections from Airbyte server to your AWS DynamoDB tables (if they exist in separate VPCs).
- 2.The credentials for AWS DynamoDB (for the COPY strategy).
- Fill up DynamoDB info
- DynamoDB Endpoint
- Leave empty if using AWS DynamoDB, fill in endpoint URL if using customized endpoint.
- DynamoDB Table Name
- The name prefix of the DynamoDB table to store the extracted data. The table name is \\.
- DynamoDB Region
- The region of the DynamoDB.
- Secret Access Key
- Corresponding key to the above key id.
- Make sure your DynamoDB tables are accessible from the machine running Airbyte.
- This depends on your networking setup.
- The easiest way to verify if Airbyte is able to connect to your DynamoDB tables is via the check connection tool in the UI.