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Comment: So the gist of the article is..... (Score 4, Informative) 106 106

MongoDB would have been perfect based on the structure of the data, but the client didn't want to pay for setup and hosting costs, DynamoDB was the cheaper alternative, but more of a pain in the ass to implement. Makes we wonder if the hosting cost savings offset the additional development time.

Hold on to the root.

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