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GAM304 - Migrating the live Pokémon database to Aurora PostgreSQL

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Learn how the Pokémon Company International stores and supports data for more than 300 million players with the help of AWS. In this session, Jeff Webb (development manager) and David Williams (senior DevOps engineer) discuss how they migrated to Amazon Aurora PostgreSQL and Amazon DynamoDB, resulting in zero downtime for operations. Hear about best practices for migration and get a glimpse into the services supporting Pokémon Go, including AWS Lambda, Amazon Kinesis, Amazon Redshift, and more.

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300 - Advanced
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