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Category: AWS Data Exchange

Run a popular benchmark on Amazon Redshift Serverless easily with AWS Data Exchange

Amazon Redshift is a fast, easy, secure, and economical cloud data warehousing service designed for analytics. AWS announced Amazon Redshift Serverless general availability in July 2022, providing an easier experience to operate Amazon Redshift. Amazon Redshift Serverless makes it simple to run and scale analytics without having to manage your data warehouse infrastructure. Amazon Redshift […]

Share and publish your Snowflake data to AWS Data Exchange using Amazon Redshift data sharing

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, […]

Accelerate machine learning with AWS Data Exchange and Amazon Redshift ML

Amazon Redshift ML makes it easy for SQL users to create, train, and deploy ML models using familiar SQL commands. Redshift ML allows you to use your data in Amazon Redshift with Amazon SageMaker, a fully managed ML service, without requiring you to become an expert in ML. AWS Data Exchange makes it easy to […]

Managing COVID-19 exposure with crowd tracing

This is a guest blog post by AWS partner Aspire Ventures As we enter winter, with fewer options to be outdoors, our personal choices can impact our risk of contracting the COVID-19 virus even more. The New England Journal of Medicine publication showed real-world examples of the effectiveness of masks and social distancing in mitigating […]

Query, visualize, and forecast TruFactor web session intelligence with AWS Data Exchange

This post showcases TruFactor Intelligence-as-a-Service data on AWS Data Exchange. TruFactor’s anonymization platform and proprietary AI ingests, filters, and transforms more than 85 billion high-quality raw signals daily from wireless carriers, OEMs, and mobile apps into a unified phygital consumer graph across physical and digital dimensions. TruFactor intelligence is application-ready for use within any AWS analytics or ML service to power your models and applications running on AWS, with no additional processing required.

A public data lake for analysis of COVID-19 data

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to threaten and take lives around the world, we must work together across organizations and scientific disciplines to fight this disease. Innumerable healthcare workers, medical researchers, scientists, and public health officials are already on the front lines caring for patients, searching for therapies, educating the public, and helping to set […]

Collect and distribute high-resolution crypto market data with ECS, S3, Athena, Lambda, and AWS Data Exchange

This is a guest post by Floating Point Group. In their own words, “Floating Point Group is on a mission to bring institutional-grade trading services to the world of cryptocurrency.” The need and demand for financial infrastructure designed specifically for trading digital assets may not be obvious. There’s a rather pervasive narrative that these coins […]

Publish and update data products dynamically with AWS Data Exchange

Updated June, 2022. We’ve enhanced the “Publishing new data files to the product automatically” section of this blog post via Publisher Coordinator. Please refer to this solution when needing to automate the import of new files to an existing dataset. Data is revolutionizing the way organizations of all sizes conduct their business. Companies are increasingly […]

Find and acquire new data sets and retrieve new updates automatically using AWS Data Exchange

AWS Data Exchange makes it simple to exchange data in the cloud. In a few minutes, you can find and subscribe to hundreds of data products from more than 80 qualified data providers across industries such as Financial Services, Healthcare and Life Sciences, and Consumer and Retail. After subscribing, you can download data sets or copy them to Amazon S3 and analyze them with AWS’s analytics and machine learning services. With AWS Data Exchange, you can subscribe to data products and get access to data sets. Subscribers also access new data set revisions as providers publish new data.