Alex is an AWS Data Hero, an independent consultant, and the author of The DynamoDB Book, the comprehensive guide to data modeling with DynamoDB. He was an early employee at Serverless, Inc., creators of the Serverless Framework, and was an early community member in the serverless space. His consulting and training work focuses on serverless architectures and database optimization. You can find him on Twitter as @alexbdebrie or on his site, alexdebrie.com.
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This episode is hosted by Alex DeBrie. Alex is the author of The DynamoDB Book, the comprehensive guide to data modeling with DynamoDB, as well as The