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Figure 5. Amazon Redshift federated query with Amazon Redshift ML

Address Modernization Tradeoffs with Lake House Architecture

Many organizations are modernizing their applications to reduce costs and become more efficient. They must adapt to modern application requirements that provide 24×7 global access. The ability to scale up or down quickly to meet demand and process a large volume of data is critical. This is challenging while maintaining strict performance and availability. For […]

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Figure 5. The Full Architectural Diagram

Reduce Operational Load using AWS Managed Services for your Data Solutions

As the volume of customers’ data grows, companies are realizing the benefits that data has for their business. Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers many database and analytics services, which give companies the ability to build complex data management workloads. At the same time, these services can reduce the operational overhead compared to traditional operations. Using […]

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