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Which statements about DynamoDB are true?

Which statements about DynamoDB are true? Choose 2 answers

What could be an explanation for this?

You are writing to a DynamoDB table and receive the following exception:"ProvisionedThroughputExceededException". though according to your Cloudwatch metricsfor the table, you are not exceeding your provisioned throughput. What could be anexplanation for this?

How can Company A provide only paid subscribers the ability to download a premier content file in the S3 bucket?

Company A has an S3 bucket containing premier content that they intend to make availableto only paid subscribers of their website. The S3 bucket currently has default permissions ofall objects being private to prevent inadvertent exposure of the premier content tonon-paying website visitors. […]

What happens, by default, when one of the resources in a CloudFormation stack cannot be created?

What happens, by default, when one of the resources in a CloudFormation stack cannot becreated?

What is the maximum number of S3 Buckets available per AWS account?

What is the maximum number of S3 Buckets available per AWS account?

Which of the following are valid arguments for an SNS Publish request?

Which of the following are valid arguments for an SNS Publish request? Choose 3 answers

How much write throughput is required for the target table?

A meteorological system monitors 600 temperature gauges, obtaining temperature samplesevery minute and saving each sample to a DynamoDB table. Each sample involves writing1K of data and the writes are evenly distributed over time. How much write throughput isrequired for the target table?

Which of the following platforms are supported by Elastic Beanstalk?

Which of the following platforms are supported by Elastic Beanstalk? Choose 2 answers

What could explain this behavior?

You attempt to store an object in the US-STANDARD region in Amazon S3, and receive aconfirmation that it has been successfully stored. You then immediately make another APIcall and attempt to read this object. S3 tells you that the object does not exist What couldexplain this behavior?

Which features can be used to restrict access to data in S3?

Which features can be used to restrict access to data in S3? Choose 2 answers

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