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Tag: Amazon Kinesis

Build and run streaming applications with Apache Flink and Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics for Java Applications

In this post, we discuss how you can use Apache Flink and Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics for Java Applications to address these challenges. We explore how to build a reliable, scalable, and highly available streaming architecture based on managed services that substantially reduce the operational overhead compared to a self-managed environment.

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Scaling Amazon Kinesis Data Streams with AWS Application Auto Scaling

Recently, AWS launched a new feature of AWS Application Auto Scaling that let you define scaling policies that automatically add and remove shards to an Amazon Kinesis Data Stream. For more detailed information about this feature, see the Application Auto Scaling GitHub repository. As your streaming information increases, you require a scaling solution to accommodate […]

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Your guide to Amazon Kinesis sessions, chalk talks, and workshops at AWS re:Invent 2018

AWS re:Invent 2018 is almost here! This post includes a list of Amazon Kinesis sessions, chalk talks, and workshops at AWS re:Invent 2018. You can choose the link next to each session description for the session schedule. Use the information to help schedule your conference week in Las Vegas to learn more about Amazon Kinesis. Sessions ANT208 – […]

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Getting started: Training resources for Big Data on AWS

Whether you’ve just signed up for your first AWS account or you’ve been with us for some time, there’s always something new to learn as our services evolve to meet the ever-changing needs of our customers. To help ensure you’re set up for success as you build with AWS, we put together this quick reference guide for Big Data training and resources available here on the AWS site.

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How I built a data warehouse using Amazon Redshift and AWS services in record time

Over the years, I have developed and created a number of data warehouses from scratch. Recently, I built a data warehouse for the iGaming industry single-handedly. To do it, I used the power and flexibility of Amazon Redshift and the wider AWS data management ecosystem. In this post, I explain how I was able to build a robust and scalable data warehouse without the large team of experts typically needed.

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Perform Near Real-time Analytics on Streaming Data with Amazon Kinesis and Amazon Elasticsearch Service

Nowadays, streaming data is seen and used everywhere—from social networks, to mobile and web applications, IoT devices, instrumentation in data centers, and many other sources. As the speed and volume of this type of data increases, the need to perform data analysis in real time with machine learning algorithms and extract a deeper understanding from […]

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Visualize and Monitor Amazon EC2 Events with Amazon CloudWatch Events and Amazon Kinesis Firehose

Monitoring your AWS environment is important for security, performance, and cost control purposes. For example, by monitoring and analyzing API calls made to your Amazon EC2 instances, you can trace security incidents and gain insights into administrative behaviors and access patterns. The kinds of events you might monitor include console logins, Amazon EBS snapshot creation/deletion/modification, […]

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Build a Real-time Stream Processing Pipeline with Apache Flink on AWS

This post has been translated into Japanese. In today’s business environments, data is generated in a continuous fashion by a steadily increasing number of diverse data sources. Therefore, the ability to continuously capture, store, and process this data to quickly turn high-volume streams of raw data into actionable insights has become a substantial competitive advantage […]

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