Macrometa Dynamo mode offers a low latency, globally replicated key-value and document database that is serverless, multi-cloud, multi-region, and multi-master. Not only does Macrometa Dynamo mode offer all the features of AWS DynamoDB, it offers seamless compatibility.
Dynamo mode delivers end-to-end sub 100ms round trip time (RTT) latency from anywhere in the world. Data is automatically replicated across any number of chosen locations (up to 175 regions globally), not restricted to 5 regions like AWS DynamoDB with global tables. Consuming change data feeds becomes effortless with the ability to publish or subscribe to table streams
Key-Value and Document data models
Side cache to DynamoDB
Sub 100ms end to end RTT latency anywhere in the world
Streaming data and event processing support
Modern efficient architecture
Working with Dynamo Mode
Reduced DynamoDB costs by caching reads and writes on Macrometa
Macrometa's caching capabilities allows frequently used objects to be accessed and modified at the edge of the network instead of performing lengthy and slow roundtrips into the cloud.
Cross-Region Replication across 100s of regions
Replicate & synchronize data across global cache regions and primary databases with high consistency and low latency.
Modern web and mobile applications often face database performance challenges when scaling to meet the demands from a growing customer base and increasingly complex applications. Enterprises use Macrometa Dynamo mode to support a variety of use cases, including advertising campaigns, social media applications, tracking gaming information, collecting and analyzing log data, and online business but without the geographic restrictions and prohibitive cost and latency of AWS DynamoDB.
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- Maximize the value of your existing application investments
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- Seamlessly scale to serve billions of users in real-time