AWS Big Data Blog

Real-time bushfire alerting with Complex Event Processing in Apache Flink on Amazon EMR and IoT sensor network

In this blog post, we discuss how to build a real-time IoT stream processing, visualization, and alerting pipeline using various AWS services. We took advantage of the Complex Event Processing feature provided by Apache Flink to detect patterns within a network from the incoming events.

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How SimilarWeb analyze hundreds of terabytes of data every month with Amazon Athena and Upsolver

This is a guest post by Yossi Wasserman, a data collection & innovation team leader at Similar Web. SimilarWeb, in their own words: SimilarWeb is the pioneer of market intelligence and the standard for understanding the digital world. SimilarWeb provides granular insights about any website or mobile app across all industries in every region. SimilarWeb […]

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How Pagely implemented a serverless data lake in AWS to facilitate customer support analytics

In this post, we discuss how Pagely worked with Beyondsoft, an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner, to use ConvergDB, an open-source tool developed by Beyondsoft, to build a DevOps-centric data pipeline. This pipeline uses AWS Glue to transform application logs into optimized tables that can be queried quickly and cost effectively using Amazon Athena.

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Amazon QuickSight now supports Email Reports and Data Labels

Today, we are excited to announce the availability of email reports and data labels in Amazon QuickSight. Email reports With email reports in Amazon QuickSight, you can receive scheduled and one-off reports delivered directly to your email inbox. Using email reports, you have access to the latest information without logging in to your Amazon QuickSight […]

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Migrate RDBMS or On-Premise data to EMR Hive, S3, and Amazon Redshift using EMR – Sqoop

This blog post shows how our customers can benefit by using the Apache Sqoop tool. This tool is designed to transfer and import data from a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) into AWS – EMR Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS), transform the data in Hadoop, and then export the data into a Data Warehouse (e.g. in Hive or Amazon Redshift).

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Viewing Amazon Elasticsearch Service Error Logs

Today, Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) announces support for publishing error logs to Amazon CloudWatch Logs.  This new feature provides you with the ability to capture error logs so you can access information about errors and warnings raised during the operation of the service. These details can be useful for troubleshooting. You can then use […]

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