AWS Big Data Blog

Category: AWS Lambda

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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How to retain system tables’ data spanning multiple Amazon Redshift clusters and run cross-cluster diagnostic queries

In this blog post, I present a solution that exports system tables from multiple Amazon Redshift clusters into an Amazon S3 bucket. This solution is serverless, and you can schedule it as frequently as every five minutes. The AWS CloudFormation deployment template that I provide automates the solution setup in your environment. The system tables’ data in the Amazon S3 bucket is partitioned by cluster name and query execution date to enable efficient joins in cross-cluster diagnostic queries.

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Preprocessing Data in Amazon Kinesis Analytics with AWS Lambda

Kinesis Analytics now gives you the option to preprocess your data with AWS Lambda. This gives you a great deal of flexibility in defining what data gets analyzed by your Kinesis Analytics application. In this post, I discuss some common use cases for preprocessing, and walk you through an example to help highlight its applicability.

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Building a Real World Evidence Platform on AWS

Deriving insights from large datasets is central to nearly every industry, and life sciences is no exception. To combat the rising cost of bringing drugs to market, pharmaceutical companies are looking for ways to optimize their drug development processes. They are turning to big data analytics to better quantify the effect that their drug compounds […]

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Build a Serverless Architecture to Analyze Amazon CloudFront Access Logs Using AWS Lambda, Amazon Athena, and Amazon Kinesis Analytics

Nowadays, it’s common for a web server to be fronted by a global content delivery service, like Amazon CloudFront. This type of front end accelerates delivery of websites, APIs, media content, and other web assets to provide a better experience to users across the globe. The insights gained by analysis of Amazon CloudFront access logs […]

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