AWS Big Data Blog

Amazon Redshift Monitoring Now Supports End User Queries and Canaries

Ian Meyers is a Solutions Architecture Senior Manager with AWS The serverless Amazon Redshift Monitoring utility lets you gather important performance metrics from your Redshift cluster’s system tables and persists the results in Amazon CloudWatch. This serverless solution leverages AWS Lambda to schedule custom SQL queries and process the results. With this utility, you can use […]

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Month in Review: February 2017

Another month of big data solutions on the Big Data Blog! Take a look at our summaries below and learn, comment, and share. Thank you for reading! NEW POSTS Implement Serverless Log Analytics Using Amazon Kinesis Analytics In this post, learn how how to implement a solution that analyzes streaming Apache access log data from an […]

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Analyzing VPC Flow Logs with Amazon Kinesis Firehose, Amazon Athena, and Amazon QuickSight

Many business and operational processes require you to analyze large volumes of frequently updated data. Log analysis, for example, involves querying and visualizing large volumes of log data to identify behavioral patterns, understand application processing flows, and investigate and diagnose issues. VPC flow logs capture information about the IP traffic going to and from network […]

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Analyze Security, Compliance, and Operational Activity Using AWS CloudTrail and Amazon Athena

As organizations move their workloads to the cloud, audit logs provide a wealth of information on the operations, governance, and security of assets and resources. As the complexity of the workloads increases, so does the volume of audit logs being generated. It becomes increasingly difficult for organizations to analyze and understand what is happening in […]

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Harmonize, Search, and Analyze Loosely Coupled Datasets on AWS

You have come up with an exciting hypothesis, and now you are keen to find and analyze as much data as possible to prove (or refute) it. There are many datasets that might be applicable, but they have been created at different times by different people and don’t conform to any common standard. They use […]

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Scheduled Refresh for SPICE Data Sets on Amazon QuickSight

Jose Kunnackal is a Senior Product Manager for Amazon Quicksight This blog post has been translated into Japanese. In November 2016, we launched Amazon QuickSight, a cloud-powered, business analytics service that lets you quickly and easily visualize your data. QuickSight uses SPICE (Super-fast, Parallel, In-Memory Calculation Engine), a fully managed data store that enables blazing […]

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Create Tables in Amazon Athena from Nested JSON and Mappings Using JSONSerDe

Most systems use Java Script Object Notation (JSON) to log event information. Although it’s efficient and flexible, deriving information from JSON is difficult. In this post, you will use the tightly coupled integration of Amazon Kinesis Firehose for log delivery, Amazon S3 for log storage, and Amazon Athena with JSONSerDe to run SQL queries against these logs without […]

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AWS Big Data is Coming to HIMSS!

The AWS Big Data team is coming to HIMSS, the industry-leading conference for professionals in the field of healthcare technology. The conference brings together more than 40,000 health IT professionals, clinicians, administrators, and vendors to talk about the latest innovations in health technology. Because transitioning healthcare to the cloud is at the forefront of this […]

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