AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog
Category: AWS Data Exchange
Accelerate Data Exchange and Collaborative Analytics Within Your Enterprise Using Amazon Redshift
A new, data-as-a-product paradigm helps make data more consumable while promoting domain-oriented decentralization of ownership. Learn how Accenture helps enterprises implement decentralized domain-driven architectures and deliver data products by leveraging AWS. In particular, we’ll review how new features in Amazon Redshift, such as data sharing and integration with AWS Data Exchange, can help accelerate time-to-market delivery of data products to increase business value.
890 by Capgemini with AWS: Powering Business Decisions Through an Intelligent Data and Analytics Engine
A data-powered culture means overcoming difficult challenges such as using analytics solutions to reduce the complexity of stand-alone data. The 890 by Capgemini solution is a plug-and-play AI and analytics product hosted on AWS. As an activator of data analytics, it informs you so that you can speed up decision-making, flex and grow at scale, increase efficiency, automate processes, and make products and services that will truly connect with your customers.
Integrating and Analyzing ESG Data on AWS Using CSRHub and Amazon QuickSight
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors are increasingly important for financial institutions as they look to assess portfolio risk, meet investment mandates, align with customer values, and report on the sustainability of their portfolios. Working closely with CSRHub, a data provider on AWS Data Exchange, learn how AWS has produced a demonstration to illustrate how customers can analyze company-level ESG scoring data with Amazon QuickSight.
Analyzing COVID-19 Data with AWS Data Exchange, Amazon Redshift, and Tableau
To help everyone visualize COVID-19 data confidently and responsibly, we brought together APN Partners Salesforce, Tableau, and MuleSoft to create a centralized repository of trusted data from open source COVID-19 data providers. Anyone can work with the public data, blend it with their own data, or subscribe to the source datasets directly through AWS Data Exchange, and then use Amazon Redshift together with Tableau to better understand the impact on their organization.