DynamoDB time to live per Item

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I have a requirement to expire items at a different time to live configuration. There are cases where items in the table won't expire of certain cases as well. In Cassandra, we can set time-to-live while writing at the record level. In DynamoDB I could only see the TimeToLive configuration at table level but not at the item level.

  1. Is there a way to set TTL at item level while doing putItem or
  2. What are the best practices to delete records with minimal effect on the overall system?

If there is no possibility to set TTL at the item level, I would like to fall back to the second option.

Apr 5, 2022 in Others by Kichu
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