Amazon DynamoDB

Amazon DynamoDB Integrations

  • Get IP2Location data for IP addresses from new AWS DynamoDB items and store them in another table

    If you've got IP addresses stored on Amazon Web Services DynamoDB, Zapier can do the work of looking up their geolocation data. After this automation is active, it will trigger for every new item you add to your table, looking up IP information via IP2Location and feeding the results back into another table in response.

    How this AWS DynamoDB-IP2Location-AWS DynamoDB integration works

    1. A new item is added to a AWS DynamoDB table
    2. Zapier sends an IP from it to IP2Location for geolocation query
    3. Zapier adds the results to another AWS DynamoDB table row

    Apps involved

    • AWS DynamoDB
    • IP2Location
  • Add new Amazon DynamoDB items from email data parsed by Parseur

    Easily keep every important bit of information from your emails in your Amazon DynamoDB database! Parseur can parse your emails and find the important data, then use this Zapier integration to add it as a new item to your Amazon DynamoDB.

    How this Parseur-DynamoDB integration works

    1. A new email is received and processed by Parseur
    2. Zapier creates a new item in Amazon DynamoDB

    Apps involved

    • A Parseur account with a parser already set up
    • An Amazon DynamoDB database
  • Avoid fraudulent orders in your Amazon DynamoDB with the help of FraudLabs Pro

    Are you using Amazon DynamoDB to store order information? Once set up, this integration will scan all orders in your Amazon DynamoDB using FraudLabs Pro the moment your order comes in.

    Note: This Zapier integration screens a few important bits like customer name, address, IP address and order amount.

    How this DynamoDB-FraudLabs Pro integration works

    1. An order comes into your Amazon DynamoDB
    2. FraudLabs Pro then gets sent the order details to check for fraud

    Apps involved

    • Amazon DynamoDB
    • FraudLabs Pro
  • Create new Spondyr documents from new Amazon DynamoDB items

    Want to create merged documents using data from Amazon DynamoDB? With this integration, whenever a new item is added in Amazon DynamoDB, Zapier will send the item's data to Spondyr to create and optionally deliver merged documents.

    How this Amazon DynamoDB-Spondyr integration works

    1. A new item is added in Amazon DynamoDB
    2. Zapier will send the item's data to Spondyr and use the template/rules you've defined there to create merged documents

    Apps involved

    • Amazon DynamoDB
    • Spondyr
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Amazon DynamoDB Integration Details
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Launched on Zapier July 10, 2013

Zapier combines Triggers (like "New Table") and Actions (like "Create Item") to complete an action in one app when a trigger occurs in another app. These combos—called "Zaps"—complete your tasks automatically.

The following Amazon DynamoDB Triggers, Searches, and Actions are supported by Zapier:

New Table

Triggers when you add a new table.

New Item

Triggers when you add a new item.

Create Item

Create a new item.

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Amazon's DynamoDB is a fast NoSQL database service. It is fully managed, simple and cost-effective. It can store and retrieve any amount of data and serve any level of request traffic.