Category: Amazon Redshift
Like virtually all customers, you want to spend as little as possible while getting the best possible performance. This means you need to pay attention to price-performance. With Amazon Redshift, you can have your cake and eat it too! Amazon Redshift delivers up to 4.9 times lower cost per user and up to 7.9 times […]
Create, train, and deploy Amazon Redshift ML model integrating features from Amazon SageMaker Feature Store
Amazon Redshift is a fast, petabyte-scale, cloud data warehouse that tens of thousands of customers rely on to power their analytics workloads. Data analysts and database developers want to use this data to train machine learning (ML) models, which can then be used to generate insights on new data for use cases such as forecasting […]
In this post, we discuss how AWS can help you successfully address the challenges of extracting insights from unstructured data. We discuss various design patterns and architectures for extracting and cataloging valuable insights from unstructured data using AWS. Additionally, we show how to use AWS AI/ML services for analyzing unstructured data.
Amazon Redshift is a fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service in the cloud, providing up to five times better price-performance than any other cloud data warehouse, with performance innovation out of the box at no additional cost to you. Tens of thousands of customers use Amazon Redshift to process exabytes of data every day to […]
Enhance your security posture by storing Amazon Redshift admin credentials without human intervention using AWS Secrets Manager integration
Amazon Redshift is a fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service in the cloud. You can start with just a few hundred gigabytes of data and scale to a petabyte or more. Today, tens of thousands of AWS customers—from Fortune 500 companies, startups, and everything in between—use Amazon Redshift to run mission-critical business intelligence (BI) dashboards, […]
In this post, we show how to migrate a data warehouse from Microsoft Azure Synapse to Redshift Serverless using AWS Schema Conversion Tool (AWS SCT) and AWS SCT data extraction agents. AWS SCT makes heterogeneous database migrations predictable by automatically converting the source database code and storage objects to a format compatible with the target database.
In this post, we describe at a high-level how CDC tasks work in AWS SCT. Then we deep dive into an example of how to configure, start, and manage a CDC migration task. We look briefly at performance and how you can tune a CDC migration, and then conclude with some information about how you can get started on your own migration.
Non-JSON ingestion using Amazon Kinesis Data Streams, Amazon MSK, and Amazon Redshift Streaming Ingestion
Organizations are grappling with the ever-expanding spectrum of data formats in today’s data-driven landscape. From Avro’s binary serialization to the efficient and compact structure of Protobuf, the landscape of data formats has expanded far beyond the traditional realms of CSV and JSON. As organizations strive to derive insights from these diverse data streams, the challenge […]
Use the new SQL commands MERGE and QUALIFY to implement and validate change data capture in Amazon Redshift
Amazon Redshift has added many features to enhance analytical processing like ROLLUP, CUBE and GROUPING SETS, which were demonstrated in the post Simplify Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) queries in Amazon Redshift using new SQL constructs such as ROLLUP, CUBE, and GROUPING SETS. Amazon Redshift has recently added many SQL commands and expressions. In this post, we talk about two new SQL features, the MERGE command and QUALIFY clause, which simplify data ingestion and data filtering.
This post is co-written by Lisa Levy, Content Specialist at Satori. Data democratization enables users to discover and gain access to data faster, improving informed data-driven decisions and using data to generate business impact. It also increases collaboration across teams and organizations, breaking down data silos and enabling cross-functional teams to work together more effectively. […]