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Alternatively, you can simplify application development by using the AWS SDKs that wrap the DynamoDB API calls. You provide your credentials, and these libraries take care of authentication and request signing. For more information about using the AWS SDKs, see Using the AWS SDKs with Amazon DynamoDB.
Amazon DynamoDB also provides a management console that enables you to work with tables and items. You can create, update, and delete tables without writing any code. You can view all the existing items in a table or use a query to filter the items in the table. You can add new items or delete items. You can also use the management console to monitor the performance of your tables. Using Amazon CloudWatch metrics in the console, you can monitor table throughput and other performance metrics. For more information, go to Amazon DynamoDB console.
By default, the AWS SDKs and console for Amazon DynamoDB reference the US-West (Oregon) Region. As Amazon DynamoDB expands availability to new regions, new endpoints for these regions are also available to use in your own HTTP requests, the AWS SDKs, and the console. For a current list of supported regions and endpoints, see Regions and Endpoints.