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Tag: Amazon S3

Securely Analyze Data from Another AWS Account with EMRFS

Sometimes, data to be analyzed is spread across buckets owned by different accounts. In order to ensure data security, appropriate credentials management needs to be in place. This is especially true for large enterprises storing data in different Amazon S3 buckets for different departments. For example, a customer service department may need access to data […]

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Building an Event-Based Analytics Pipeline for Amazon Game Studios’ Breakaway

All software developers strive to build products that are functional, robust, and bug-free, but video game developers have an extra challenge: they must also create a product that entertains. When designing a game, developers must consider how the various elements—such as characters, story, environment, and mechanics—will fit together and, more importantly, how players will interact […]

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Analyzing Data in S3 using Amazon Athena

Neil Mukerje is a Solution Architect for Amazon Web Services Abhishek Sinha is a Senior Product Manager on Amazon Athena Amazon Athena is an interactive query service that makes it easy to analyze data directly from Amazon S3 using standard SQL. Athena is serverless, so there is no infrastructure to set up or manage and you can […]

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Low-Latency Access on Trillions of Records: FINRA’s Architecture Using Apache HBase on Amazon EMR with Amazon S3

John Hitchingham is Director of Performance Engineering at FINRA The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is a private sector regulator responsible for analyzing 99% of the equities and 65% of the option activity in the US. In order to look for fraud, market manipulation, insider trading, and abuse, FINRA’s technology group has developed a robust […]

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Turning Amazon EMR into a Massive Amazon S3 Processing Engine with Campanile

Michael Wallman is a senior consultant with AWS ProServ Have you ever had to copy a huge Amazon S3 bucket to another account or region? Or create a list based on object name or size? How about mapping a function over millions of objects? Amazon EMR to the rescue! EMR allows you to deploy large […]

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