Identify any unused Amazon DynamoDB tables available within your AWS account and remove them to help lower the cost of your monthly AWS bill. A DynamoDB table is considered unused if it’s ItemCount parameter, which describes the number of items in the table, is equal to 0 (zero).
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You are being charged for AWS DynamoDB Read & Write capacity, regardless whether or not you use the provisioned capacity units for your tables. Cloud Conformity recommends implementing the cleanup process outlined in the rule Remediation/Resolution section in order to avoid any unexpected charges on your AWS bill.
To identify the unused Amazon DynamoDB tables provisioned in your AWS account, perform the following:
Remediation / Resolution
To remove any unused Amazon DynamoDB tables provisioned within your AWS account, perform the following commands:
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