AWS Business Intelligence Blog

Category: Amazon Redshift

Centrally manage permissions for tables and views accessed from Amazon QuickSight with trusted identity propagation

This blog post shows how data owners and business intelligence (BI) administrators can centrally manage fine-grained data permissions on Amazon Redshift tables and views and enforce them on all users in Amazon QuickSight with AWS IAM Identity Center trusted identity propagation.

Enable business users to analyze large datasets in your data lake with Amazon QuickSight

This blog post is co-written with Ori Nakar from Imperva. In this post, we explain how Imperva’s solution enables users across the organization to explore, visualize, and analyze data using Amazon Redshift Serverless, Amazon Athena, and Amazon QuickSight. Imperva Cloud WAF protects hundreds of thousands of websites and blocks billions of security events every day. […]

How BookMyShow saved 80% in costs by migrating to an AWS modern data architecture

This is a guest post co-authored by Mahesh Vandi Chalil, Chief Technology Officer of BookMyShow. BookMyShow (BMS), a leading entertainment company in India, provides an online ticketing platform for movies, plays, concerts, and sporting events. Selling up to 200 million tickets on an annual run rate basis (pre-COVID) to customers in India, Sri Lanka, Singapore, […]