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Discussion on: Generous SQL (or NoSQL) hosting similar to MongoDB Atlas?

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Rolf Streefkerk

AWS DynamoDB has a free tier that doesn't expire

For their On-demand variant (auto-scaling) aws.amazon.com/dynamodb/pricing/on...

25 GB of data storage
2.5 million stream read requests from DynamoDB Streams
1 GB of data transfer out, aggregated across AWS services
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Pacharapol Withayasakpunt Author

It is nice, if one don't need JOINs nor REFERENCES.

I have uploaded a JE and CE dictionary (EDICT2, CEDICT) as well as Tatoeba to MongoDB Atlas before, and free tier suffice. It is way beyond 10k rows as well; but there is still some joins.

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Rolf Streefkerk

Are you referring to SQL joins ? In any case, relationships can be modeled on DynamoDB using a their Partition Key and Sort Key indexing.
You have to create composite keys in a single table design, how to do that is explained in their official documentation.