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To prepare the new table with identical settings, which steps should be performed?

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A Database Specialist is designing a disaster recovery strategy for a production Amazon DynamoDB table. The table uses provisioned read/write capacity mode, global secondary indexes, and time to live (TTL). The Database Specialist has restored the latest backup to a new table.

To prepare the new table with identical settings, which steps should be performed? (Choose two.)

  • A . Re-create global secondary indexes in the new table
  • B . Define IAM policies for access to the new table
  • C . Define the TTL settings
  • D . Encrypt the table from the AWS Management Console or use the update-table command
  • E . Set the provisioned read and write capacity

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Suggested Answer: BC

Explanation:

The following items need to be reconfigured after restoring the DynamoDB table.

--AutoScaling policy

--IAM policy

--CloudWatch settings

--Tags

--Stream settings

--TTL

https://docs.aws.amazon.com/amazondynamodb/latest/developerguide/backuprestore_HowItWorks.html

   
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