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Ingest Salesforce data into Amazon S3 using the CData JDBC custom connector with AWS Glue

Organizations that successfully generate business value from their data will outperform their peers. Many AWS customers require a data storage and analytics solution that combines the prospect information stored in Salesforce, a popular and widely used customer relationship management (CRM) platform, with other structured and unstructured data in their data lake to innovate and build […]

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Export and import Kibana dashboards with Amazon ES

September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. Kibana is a popular open-source visualization tool designed to work with Elasticsearch. Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) provides an installation of Kibana with every Amazon ES domain. Users of Kibana can create visualizations and add them into a dashboard. As […]

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Build a DataOps platform to break silos between engineers and analysts

Organizations across the globe are striving to provide a better service to internal and external stakeholders by enabling various divisions across the enterprise, like customer success, marketing, and finance, to make data-driven decisions. Data teams are the key enablers in this process, and usually consist of multiple roles, such as data engineers and analysts. However, […]

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Build a data lake using Amazon Kinesis Data Streams for Amazon DynamoDB and Apache Hudi

Amazon DynamoDB helps you capture high-velocity data such as clickstream data to form customized user profiles and online order transaction data to develop customer order fulfillment applications, improve customer satisfaction, and get insights into sales revenue to create a promotional offer for the customer. It’s essential to store these data points in a centralized data […]

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Amazon EMR 2020 year in review

Tens of thousands of customers use Amazon EMR to run big data analytics applications on Apache Spark, Apache Hive, Apache HBase, Apache Flink, Apache Hudi, and Presto at scale. Amazon EMR automates the provisioning and scaling of these frameworks, and delivers high performance at low cost with optimized runtimes and support for a wide range […]

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Effective data lakes using AWS Lake Formation, Part 1: Getting started with governed tables

Thousands of customers are building their data lakes on Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). You can use AWS Lake Formation to build your data lakes easily—in a matter of days as opposed to months. However, there are still some difficult challenges to address with your data lakes: Supporting streaming updates and deletes in your data […]

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Monitor data quality in your data lake using PyDeequ and AWS Glue

In our previous post, we introduced PyDeequ, an open-source Python wrapper over Deequ, which enables you to write unit tests on your data to ensure data quality. The use case we ran through was on static, historical data, but most datasets are dynamic, so how can you quantify how your data is changing and detect […]

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Run usage analytics on Amazon QuickSight using AWS CloudTrail

Amazon QuickSight is a cloud-native BI service that allows end users to create and publish dashboards in minutes, without provisioning any servers or requiring complex licensing. You can view these dashboards on the QuickSight product console or embed them into applications and websites. After you deploy a dashboard, it’s important to assess how they and […]

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Retaining data streams up to one year with Amazon Kinesis Data Streams

Streaming data is used extensively for use cases like sharing data between applications, streaming ETL (extract, transform, and load), real-time analytics, processing data from internet of things (IoT) devices, application monitoring, fraud detection, live leaderboards, and more. Typically, data streams are stored for short durations of time before being loaded into a permanent data store […]

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Example Corp program managers can now monitor slack engagement using their QuickSight Dashboard

Create a custom data connector to Slack’s Member Analytics API in Amazon QuickSight with Amazon Athena Federated Query

Amazon QuickSight recently added support for Amazon Athena Federated Query, which allows you to query data in place from various data sources. With this capability, QuickSight can extend support to query additional data sources like Amazon CloudWatch Logs, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon DocumentDB (with Mongo DB compatibility) via their existing Amazon Athena data source. You […]

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