Amazon DynamoDB (opens in a new tab) is a fully managed NoSQL database service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that touts seamless scalability, high availability, and low latency for handling large amounts of structured and semi-structured data.
In order to integrate with DynamoDB, you'll need to collect the following information:
Region name: The AWS region where your DynamoDB table is located (e.g. us-west-2). This is visible when logging into the AWS Management Console (opens in a new tab).
Access Key ID: The credentials that provide access to your AWS account. These can be found or created in a IAM user's
To integrate an existing system with DynamoDB:
- Navigate to Data map → View Systems and choose the system that you want to connect to
- Click on the Integrations tab.
- Pick the vendor or system type that you want to integrate with from the Connection type drop-down menu.
- Complete the required fields for the integration and click Save.
You may confirm your connection is working using the Test connection button, if desired.
To learn more, please see our guide for Managing Integrations.
A dataset is required to configure an integration to this database. A dataset is a configuration file that tell Fides how to query and update data in the database. To learn more about how to create and manage datasets, please see our Managing datasets guide.
An example DynamoDB dataset can be viewed in Github (opens in a new tab).