Today’s guest blogger is Dave Lang, Product Manager of the DynamoDB team, who has a great list of tools and SDKs that will allow you to use DynamoDB from just about any language or environment.
Since its launch in January, DynamoDB has seen great adoption among our customers; many of them are using it for high scale workloads, which we love.
The community has done a great job of creating open source libraries that use DynamoDB. In this post, I want to call out some of the major open source libraries that our customers have built. I also want to thank our open source contributors for sharing their libraries with the community!
Here's a listing of all of the open source libraries, Object-Relational Mappers, and Mock implementations that I am aware of, along with our own AWS SDKs:
|Groovy / Grails||DynamoDB GORM|
|Java||AWS SDK for Java|
|.NET||AWS SDK for .NET|
|PHP||AWS SDK for PHP|
Please let us know (leave a comment) if I have missed any and we'll update the table. If you are an aspiring open source developer and you are looking for a new project, you may want to think about building a mapper or a mock implementation for one of the languages listed above.
Product Manager, Amazon DynamoDB