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Carmelo
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A retail company is about to migrate its online and mobile store to AWS. The company’s CEO has strategic plans to grow the brand globally. A Database Specialist has been challenged to provide predictable read and write database performance with minimal operational overhead.

What should the Database Specialist do to meet these requirements?

  • A . Use Amazon DynamoDB global tables to synchronize transactions
  • B . Use Amazon EMR to copy the orders table data across Regions
  • C . Use Amazon Aurora Global Database to synchronize all transactions
  • D . Use Amazon DynamoDB Streams to replicate all DynamoDB transactions and sync them

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Suggested Answer: A

Explanation:

https://aws.amazon.com/dynamodb/features/

With global tables, your globally distributed applications can access data locally in the selected regions to get single-digit millisecond read and write performance.

Not Aurora Global Database, as per this link: https://aws.amazon.com/rds/aurora/global-database/?nc1=h_ls. Aurora Global Database lets you easily scale database reads across the world and place your applications close to your users.

   
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