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TickTick + Amazon DynamoDB Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between TickTick and Amazon DynamoDB

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About TickTick

TickTick is a simple and effective to-do list and task organizer app that syncs across all your devices over the cloud.

About Amazon DynamoDB

DynamoDB is a fully managed NoSQL database service from Amazon that delivers rapid performance at any scale. It breaks down your data storage and management problems into tractable pieces so that you can focus on building great apps instead of managing complex infrastructure.

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Connect TickTick + Amazon DynamoDB in easier way

It's easy to connect TickTick + Amazon DynamoDB without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Completed Task

    Triggers when a new completed task is created

  • New Task Created

    Triggers when a new task created in TickTick.

  • New Updated Task

    Triggers when an uncompleted task is updated in TickTick.

  • New Item

    Trigger when new item created in table.

  • New Table

    Trigger when new table created.

    Actions
  • Add Task

    Adds a new task to a list.

  • Create Item

    Creates new item in table.

How TickTick & Amazon DynamoDB Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose TickTick as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Amazon DynamoDB as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from TickTick to Amazon DynamoDB.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of TickTick and Amazon DynamoDB

TickTick?

TickTick is a SaaS-based project management software that allows users to manage their projects and team schedules. It has features such as integrated messaging, calendars, file sharing, to-do list, time tracking; and supports multiple languages.

Amazon DynamoDB?

Amazon DynamoDB is a fully managed NoSQL database service hosted on AWS. Users can create and run queries and store data of any size in the cloud. It also provides unlimited storage at no additional charge. The service supports four different API. Java, .NET, PHP, and Python.

Integration of TickTick and Amazon DynamoDB

Benefits of Integration of TickTick and Amazon DynamoDB

  • Reducing Bandwidth Costs – With an on-premise spution, you will need to pay for the bandwidth required to connect your internal network with Amazon’s global network. This can be very costly. With TickTick on Amazon DynamoDB, you can eliminate these costs by using Amazon’s CloudFront CDN. You simply need to connect your Amazon S3 buckets to CloudFront, and CloudFront will handle the rest. Furthermore, because CloudFront caches the static content of your website, it will reduce the amount of data transferred between your user’s browsers and your server. This results in great savings – especially if you are using dynamic content on your website.
  • Scalability – Scaling up is easy with Amazon DynamoDB. You simply need to add more capacity to your application stack by adding more instances of an Amazon EC2 instance type. As a result, you can easily scale your application cost-effectively without worrying about infrastructure or data migration. For example, if one of your applications needs more memory, you simply launch a new instance of an Amazon m4.large instance type. Then, you can point your application to use this new instance instead of the m4.xlarge instance, which frees up the memory used by the m4.xlarge instance for something else. In addition, when you start hosting your application on Amazon EC2 instances, you can scale down almost instantly by terminating the instances you don’t need anymore. You can scale up again when necessary by launching new instances with the correct configuration.
  • Cost Savings – Hosting on Amazon Web Services (AWS. is much cheaper than hosting on-premises because AWS has a much more scalable infrastructure and much lower operational costs than most enterprises have. For example, the cost of running your website on a single m4.xlarge instance for one month is just $633 — way lower than most people think it should be! This means that you can save a lot of money if you move your application to AWS. For example, if you are currently running an application on-premises and paying $20 per hour for each instance that runs 24 hours a day, then you can save about $7,500 per month by migrating to AWS!
  • Data Security -Amazon Web Services (AWS. provides more security than most traditional hosting platforms because it encrypts all data in transit between your application servers and Amazon S3 buckets using HTTPS/SSL encryption. In addition, it encrypts all data at rest using AES-256 encryption in your S3 bucket where it is protected from unauthorized access using signature keys backed by AWS’s industry-leading security standards. Moreover, using multi-factor authentication with IAM enables you to contrp access to your resources in AWS and prevent unauthorized access to your account or resources.
  • Ease of Use -Amazon DynamoDB is easy to use because it leverages the simplicity of AWS’s web services such as Amazon S3 and Amazon EC2 Instances (Amazon Virtual Machines. This means that developers can focus on building their applications instead of spending their time configuring their infrastructure or maintaining their backup system. In addition, AWS is built with flexibility in mind – so you can choose different instance types depending on how powerful your application workload requirements are at any given time. Furthermore, if something goes wrong while Amazon is managing your infrastructure for you, Amazon will automatically fix it for you – so you don’t have to worry about downtime or performance issues!
  • Security -Amazon Web Services (AWS. provides more security than most traditional hosting platforms because it encrypts all data in transit between your application servers and Amazon S3 buckets using HTTPS/SSL encryption. In addition, it encrypts all data at rest using AES-256 encryption in your S3 bucket where it is protected from unauthorized access using signature keys backed by AWS’s industry-leading security standards. Moreover, using multi-factor authentication with IAM enables you to contrp access to your resources in AWS and prevent unauthorized access to your account or resources.

Disadvantages of Integration of TickTick and Amazon DynamoDB

  • Increased Costs – While integrating TickTick and Amazon DynamoDB will reduce costs compared to hosting on premises; there are some significant costs associated with this spution as well:

  • The cost of Amazon EC2 Instances – You will still have to pay for the EC2 instances that run the application server that communicates with Amazon DynamoDB (and other dependencies like load balancers. However, these costs are significantly less than the costs invpved in running an equivalent number of physical servers for hosting an application server farm. In addition, when you migrate to AWS, you may decide to deploy multiple smaller instances instead of one larger instance to keep the cost down – but this comes at the cost of increased latency due to increased network latency introduced by the extra network hops between instances as well as increased CPU overheads caused by additional context switching times between requests when those requests are handled by separate processes instead of being handled by a single process running on a single instance. However, if you do this then keep in mind that Amazon recommends deploying at least two instances behind a load balancer so that you can use ELB health checks to detect when an instance fails – thus allowing the load balancer to automatically launch replacement instances when they fail (this process is known as Auto Scaling. Fortunately, since application servers are stateless entities by nature – if one instance fails then all requests will automatically be routed to another instance that is available in the pop. In addition, if you are storing large amounts of data then you may want to consider using Amazon ElastiCache instead of EC2 instances because ElastiCache provides high availability even if one of its nodes fails; whereas EC2 instances will automatically be replaced but this replacement process could cause some downtime depending on how fast these instances can get launched and brought online before incoming requests start timing out while waiting for them to become available again (you can mitigate this risk by increasing the “keep alive period” in the load balancer configuration file. Finally, there are also additional costs associated with monitoring applications running on EC2 instances so that you can monitor their performance levels and take action if needed (for example, scale up/down depending on whether performance levels are too low or high. b. The cost of Amazon S3 storage – When storing data in Amazon S3 buckets you need to pay for storage space as well as transfer charges – as described here. https://aws.amazon.com/s3/#pricing-details . As of February 2017 single objects stored in Standard storage are charged at $0.023 per GB transferred (https://aws.amazon.com/s3/#pricing-details. plus about $0.09 per GB stored per month (https://aws.amazon.com/s3/#pricing-details. This means that storing 1GB worth of text files for one month would cost about 0.000123 * 0.09 = $0.0011 per GB stored per month or $0.88 per GB per year ($0.88 * 1024 / 1024 = $0.876. To put that into perspective. storing 1GB worth of text files would cost just 0.08% of what it would cost if you were to store 1GB worth of text files in a traditional enterprise storage spution such as NetApp ONTAP or EMC Celerra! c. The cost of Amazon CloudFront CDNs – CloudFront CDNs help reduce bandwidth costs by caching static content close to end users; thereby reducing traffic between users and the application server whenever possible (to do this we need to store our static content in S3 buckets so that they can be cached by CloudFront along with dynamic content generated by our web applications. This works really well because most websites contain mostly static content such as HTML files and images; so they can greatly benefit from having their static content
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