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Tag: AWS Step Functions
Run a data processing job on Amazon EMR Serverless with AWS Step Functions
Update Feb 2023: AWS Step Functions adds direct integration for 35 services including Amazon EMR Serverless. In the current version of this blog, we are able to submit an EMR Serverless job by invoking the APIs directly from a Step Functions workflow. We are using the Lambda only for polling the status of the job […]
Orchestrate Amazon Redshift-Based ETL workflows with AWS Step Functions and AWS Glue
In this post, I show how to use AWS Step Functions and AWS Glue Python Shell to orchestrate tasks for those Amazon Redshift-based ETL workflows in a completely serverless fashion. AWS Glue Python Shell is a Python runtime environment for running small to medium-sized ETL tasks, such as submitting SQL queries and waiting for a response. Step Functions lets you coordinate multiple AWS services into workflows so you can easily run and monitor a series of ETL tasks. Both AWS Glue Python Shell and Step Functions are serverless, allowing you to automatically run and scale them in response to events you define, rather than requiring you to provision, scale, and manage servers.
Orchestrate an ETL process using AWS Step Functions for Amazon Redshift
Modern data lakes depend on extract, transform, and load (ETL) operations to convert bulk information into usable data. This post walks through implementing an ETL orchestration process that is loosely coupled using AWS Step Functions, AWS Lambda, and AWS Batch to target an Amazon Redshift cluster.
How to export an Amazon DynamoDB table to Amazon S3 using AWS Step Functions and AWS Glue
In this post, I show you how to use AWS Glue’s DynamoDB integration and AWS Step Functions to create a workflow to export your DynamoDB tables to S3 in Parquet. I also show how to create an Athena view for each table’s latest snapshot, giving you a consistent view of your DynamoDB table exports.