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Category: Amazon QuickSight

Introducing Amazon QuickSight fine-grained access control over Amazon S3 and Amazon Athena

Today, AWS is excited to announce the availability of fine-grained access control for AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)-permissioned resources in Amazon QuickSight. Fine-grained access control allows Amazon QuickSight account administrators to control authors’ default access to connected AWS resources. Fine-grained access control enables administrators to use IAM policies to scope down access permissions, limiting specific authors’ access to specific items within the AWS resources. Administrators can now apply this new level of access control to Amazon S3, Amazon Athena, and Amazon RDS/Redshift database discovery.

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Amazon QuickSight updates: Multiple sheets in dashboards, axis label orientation options, and more

Today, we are pleased to announce a set of updates to Amazon QuickSight: Richer dashboards with multiple sheets in your regular and embedded dashboards, multiple axis label orientation options for better readability of dashboards, more calculations such as standard deviation, variance and conditional string functions on SPICE, enhanced URL actions for supporting a broader set of interaction scenarios, and one-click duplication of visuals for faster authoring.

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Amazon QuickSight Announces General Availability of ML Insights

At re:Invent 2018, we announced the preview of ML Insights, a set of out-of-the-box machine learning and natural language features that provide Amazon QuickSight users with business insights beyond visualization. Today, we are announcing the general availability of ML Insights. As the volume of data that customers generate continues to grow every day, it’s becoming […]

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Visualize over 200 years of global climate data using Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight

Climate Change continues to have a profound effect on our quality of life. As a result, the investigation into sustainability is growing. Researchers in both the public and private sector are planning for the future by studying recorded climate history and using climate forecast models. To help explain these concepts, this post introduces the Global […]

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Our data lake story: How Woot.com built a serverless data lake on AWS

In this post, we talk about designing a cloud-native data warehouse as a replacement for our legacy data warehouse built on a relational database. At the beginning of the design process, the simplest solution appeared to be a straightforward lift-and-shift migration from one relational database to another. However, we decided to step back and focus […]

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Analyze and visualize nested JSON data with Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight

Although structured data remains the backbone for many data platforms, increasingly unstructured or semistructured data is used to enrich existing information or to create new insights. Amazon Athena enables you to analyze a wide variety of data. This includes tabular data in comma-separated value (CSV) or Apache Parquet files, data extracted from log files using regular expressions, […]

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Amazon QuickSight announces ML Insights in preview

Amazon QuickSight is a fast, cloud-powered BI service that makes it easy for everyone in an organization to get business insights from their data through rich, interactive dashboards. With pay-per-session pricing and embedded dashboard, we made BI even more cost-effective and accessible to everyone. However, as the volume of data that customers generate continues to […]

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Advanced analytics with table calculations in Amazon QuickSight

Amazon QuickSight recently launched table calculations, which enable you to perform complex calculations on your data to derive meaningful insights. In this blog post, we go through examples of applying these calculations to a sample sales data set so that you can start using these for your own needs. You can find the sample data […]

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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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