Serverless plugin to create dynamodb global tables
By default, the plugin will deploy the whole service stack in the specified region(s) and then setup global table relation between the dynamodb tables.
npm install --save-dev serverless-create-global-dynamodb-table
Add the plugin to your
plugins: - serverless-create-global-dynamodb-table
custom: globalTables: version: v1 # optional, default is 'v1' (2017.11.29), please use 'v2' for (2019.11.21) version creation regions: # list of regions in which you want to set up global tables - region-1 - region-2 createStack: false # optional flag, when set to false will not deploy the stack in new region(s) and will create the tables using AWS SDK. # if you use 'createStack: true' with 'version: v2', please add 'Condition' rule to your dynamodb to create it in the main region only, # other regions are going to be replicated automatically from the main region.
1. When creating global tables with
createStack: false, any update the source table config is not replicated to global tables.
version field is backward compatible and not required (the field can be absent).
If you want to use Global Table (Version 2019.11.21), please use
Also, we don't recommend using
v1 in your existing project. The plugin doesn't support updating from
More details about Global Tables you can find in the following link: AWS DynamoDB Global Tables 3. Here is an example of using conditions, by default it's optional, but it's required for
createStack: true with
version: v2 setup:
Conditions: RegionUSEast1: !Equals [ !Ref "AWS::Region", us-east-1 ] MyDynamoDBTable: Condition: RegionUSEast1 Type: 'AWS::DynamoDB::Table' DeletionPolicy: Retain Properties: ....
Latest commit b2f54ec on Sep 24, 2017