To setup a DynamoDB state store create a component of type
state.aws.dynamodb. See this guide on how to create and apply a state store configuration.
apiVersion: dapr.io/v1alpha1 kind: Component metadata: name: <NAME> namespace: <NAMESPACE> spec: type: state.aws.dynamodb version: v1 metadata: - name: table value: "mytable" - name: accessKey value: "abcd" # Optional - name: secretKey value: "abcd" # Optional - name: endpoint value: "http://localhost:8080" # Optional - name: region value: "eu-west-1" # Optional - name: sessionToken value: "abcd" # Optional
WarningThe above example uses secrets as plain strings. It is recommended to use a secret store for the secrets as described here.
In order to use DynamoDB as a Dapr state store, the table must have a primary key named
Spec metadata fields
|table||Y||name of the DynamoDB table to use||
|accessKey||N||ID of the AWS account with appropriate permissions to SNS and SQS. Can be
|secretKey||N||Secret for the AWS user. Can be
|region||N||The AWS region to the instance. See this page for valid regions: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonRDS/latest/UserGuide/Concepts.RegionsAndAvailabilityZones.html. Ensure that DynamoDB are available in that region.||
|endpoint||N||AWS endpoint for the component to use. Only used for local development. The
|sessionToken||N||AWS session token to use. A session token is only required if you are using temporary security credentials.||
Setup AWS DynamoDB
See Authenticating to AWS for information about authentication-related attributes
- Basic schema for a Dapr component
- Read this guide for instructions on configuring state store components
- State management building block
- Authenticating to AWS
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