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Tag: Amazon Redshift

Query your Amazon Redshift cluster with the new Query Editor

Data warehousing is a critical component for analyzing and extracting actionable insights from your data. Amazon Redshift is a fast, scalable data warehouse that makes it cost-effective to analyze all of your data across your data warehouse and data lake. The Amazon Redshift console recently launched the Query Editor. The Query Editor is an in-browser […]

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Federate Amazon Redshift access with Okta as an identity provider

Managing database users and access can be a daunting and error-prone task. In the past, database administrators had to determine which groups a user belongs to and which objects a user/group is authorized to use. These lists were maintained within the database and could easily get disjointed from the corporate directory. With federation, you can […]

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Granting fine-grained access to the Amazon Redshift Management Console

As a fully managed service, Amazon Redshift is designed to be easy to set up and use. In this blog post, we demonstrate how to grant access to users in an operations group to perform only specific actions in the Amazon Redshift Management Console. If you implement a custom IAM policy, you can set it […]

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Build a modern analytics stack optimized for sharing and collaborating with Mode and Amazon Redshift

Leading technology companies, such as Netflix and Airbnb, are building on AWS to solve problems on the edge of the data ecosystem. While these companies show us what data and analytics make possible, the complexity and scale of their problems aren’t typical. Most of our challenges aren’t figuring out how to process billions of records […]

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How to enable cross-account Amazon Redshift COPY and Redshift Spectrum query for AWS KMS–encrypted data in Amazon S3

This post shows a step-by-step walkthrough of how to set up a cross-account Amazon Redshift COPY and Spectrum query using a sample dataset in Amazon S3. The sample dataset is encrypted at rest using AWS KMS-managed keys (SSE-KMS). About AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) With AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS), you can have […]

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Bannerconnect uses Amazon Redshift to help clients improve digital marketing results

Bannerconnect uses programmatic marketing solutions that empower advertisers to win attention and customers by getting their ads seen by the right person at the right time and place. Data-driven insights help large advertisers, trade desks, and agencies boost brand awareness and maximize the results of their digital marketing. Timely analysis of log data is critical […]

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Running Amazon Payments analytics on Amazon Redshift with 750TB of data

The Amazon Payments Data Engineering team is responsible for data ingestion, transformation, and the computation and storage of data. It makes these services available for more than 300 business customers across the globe. These customers include product managers, marketing managers, program managers, data scientists, business analysts and software development engineers. They use the data for […]

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Scale your Amazon Redshift clusters up and down in minutes to get the performance you need, when you need it

Amazon Redshift is the cloud data warehouse of choice for organizations of all sizes—from fast-growing technology companies such as Turo and Yelp to Fortune 500 companies such as 21st Century Fox and Johnson & Johnson. With quickly expanding use cases, data sizes, and analyst populations, these customers have a critical need for scalable data warehouses. […]

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Create cross-account and cross-region AWS Glue connections

In this blog post, we describe how to configure the networking routes and interfaces to give AWS Glue access to a data store in an AWS Region different from the one with your AWS Glue resources. In our example, we connect AWS Glue, located in Region A, to an Amazon Redshift data warehouse located in Region B.

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Closing the customer journey loop with Amazon Redshift at Equinox Fitness Clubs

Clickstream analysis tools handle their data well, and some even have impressive BI interfaces. However, analyzing clickstream data in isolation comes with many limitations. For example, a customer is interested in a product or service on your website. They go to your physical store to purchase it. The clickstream analyst asks, “What happened after they […]

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