Tag: Amazon Athena
AWS has invested in native service integration with Apache Hudi and published technical contents to enable you to use Apache Hudi with AWS Glue (for example, refer to Introducing native support for Apache Hudi, Delta Lake, and Apache Iceberg on AWS Glue for Apache Spark, Part 1: Getting Started). In AWS ProServe-led customer engagements, the use cases we work on usually come with technical complexity and scalability requirements. In this post, we discuss a common use case in relation to operational data processing and the solution we built using Apache Hudi and AWS Glue.
Centralize near-real-time governance through alerts on Amazon Redshift data warehouses for sensitive queries
Amazon Redshift is a fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service in the cloud that delivers powerful and secure insights on all your data with the best price-performance. With Amazon Redshift, you can analyze your data to derive holistic insights about your business and your customers. In many organizations, one or multiple Amazon Redshift data warehouses […]
In this post, we present a solution that can integrate with your front-end application to query data from Amazon S3 using an Athena synchronous API invocation. With this solution, you can add a layer of abstraction to your application on direct Athena API calls and promote the access using the WebSocket API developed with Amazon API Gateway. The query results are returned back to the application as Amazon S3 presigned URLs.
Amazon Athena is an interactive query service that makes it easy to analyze data in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) using standard SQL. Athena is serverless, so there is no infrastructure to manage, and you pay only for the queries that you run. In 2019, Athena added support for federated queries to run SQL […]
This blog post was last reviewed and updated May, 2022 to include AWS Lake Formation resource sharing model. Many AWS customers use a multi-account strategy to host applications for different departments within the same company. However, you might deploy services like Amazon QuickSight using a single-account approach, which raises challenges when you need to use […]
MEDHOST has been providing products and services to healthcare facilities of all types and sizes for over 35 years. Today, more than 1,000 healthcare facilities are partnering with MEDHOST and enhancing their patient care and operational excellence with its integrated clinical and financial EHR solutions. MEDHOST also offers a comprehensive Emergency Department Information System with […]
This post provides guidance on how to configure Amazon Athena federation with AWS Lambda and Amazon Redshift, while addressing performance considerations to ensure proper use.
Enhancing customer safety by leveraging the scalable, secure, and cost-optimized Toyota Connected Data Lake
Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC), a global automotive manufacturer, has made “connected cars” a core priority as part of its broader transformation from an auto company to a mobility company. In recent years, TMC and its affiliate technology and big data company, Toyota Connected, have developed an array of new technologies to provide connected services that […]
Developing extract, transform, and load (ETL) data pipelines is one of the most time-consuming steps to keep data lakes, data warehouses, and databases up to date and ready to provide business insights. You can categorize these pipelines into distributed and non-distributed, and the choice of one or the other depends on the amount of data […]
Most organizations have to comply with regulations when dealing with their customer data. For that reason, datasets that contain personally identifiable information (PII) is often anonymized. A common example of PII can be tables and columns that contain personal information about an individual (such as first name and last name) or tables with columns that, if joined with another table, can trace back to an individual. You can use AWS Analytics services to anonymize your datasets. In this post, I describe how to use Amazon Athena to anonymize a dataset. You can then use AWS Lake Formation to provide the right access to the right personas.