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Category: Amazon Athena

Connect to Amazon Athena with federated identities using temporary credentials

This post walks through three scenarios to enable trusted users to access Athena using temporary security credentials. First, we use SAML federation where user credentials were stored in Active Directory. Second, we use a custom credentials provider library to enable cross-account access. And third, we use an EC2 Instance Profile role to provide temporary credentials for users in our organization to access Athena.

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How to build a front-line concussion monitoring system using AWS IoT and serverless data lakes – Part 2

In part 1 of this series, we demonstrated how to build a data pipeline in support of a data lake. We used key AWS services such as Amazon Kinesis Data Streams, Kinesis Data Analytics, Kinesis Data Firehose, and AWS Lambda. In part 2, we discuss how to process and visualize the data by creating a […]

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How to build a front-line concussion monitoring system using AWS IoT and serverless data lakes – Part 1

In this two-part series, we show you how to build a data pipeline in support of a data lake. We use key AWS services such as Amazon Kinesis Data Streams, Kinesis Data Analytics, Kinesis Data Firehose, and AWS Lambda. In part 2, we focus on generating simple inferences from that data that can support RTP parameters.

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How SimilarWeb analyze hundreds of terabytes of data every month with Amazon Athena and Upsolver

This is a guest post by Yossi Wasserman, a data collection & innovation team leader at Similar Web. SimilarWeb, in their own words: SimilarWeb is the pioneer of market intelligence and the standard for understanding the digital world. SimilarWeb provides granular insights about any website or mobile app across all industries in every region. SimilarWeb […]

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How Pagely implemented a serverless data lake in AWS to facilitate customer support analytics

In this post, we discuss how Pagely worked with Beyondsoft, an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner, to use ConvergDB, an open-source tool developed by Beyondsoft, to build a DevOps-centric data pipeline. This pipeline uses AWS Glue to transform application logs into optimized tables that can be queried quickly and cost effectively using Amazon Athena.

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Analyze Amazon Connect records with Amazon Athena, AWS Glue, and Amazon QuickSight

In this blog post, we focus on how to get analytics out of the rich set of data published by Amazon Connect. We make use of an Amazon Connect data stream and create an end-to-end workflow to offer an analytical solution that can be customized based on need.

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