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Easy to use, scalable, counters powered by Amazon's DynamoDB

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A library for super easy to use, reliable, and scalable counters.

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Albertson is in an alpha state and probably shouldn’t be used in production by anybody just yet.


“Worst library ever!”


Creating counters that handle incrementing at high levels of concurrency while also being highly available and fault tolerant is really hard. Thankfully, Amazon has solved these really hard bits with their [DynamoDB][2] service.

Albertson provides a simple, clean, and easy to use, Python interface to DynamoDb for this specific use case.


Albertson was created by the dev team at [FocusLab][1].

What’s with the name?

Internally at FocusLab Albertson is used for real-time, authoritative, counts that are often used to correct less frequently updated counts throughout our system. Accordingly, we’ve named the library after our favorite fictional pedant, Comic Book Guy a.k.a. Jeff Albertson.

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