The AWS Data Exchange team is always working on sourcing new and exciting data products, data providers, and events. Use this page as a resource to keep up to date with what is going on with our service.
Recently published data products
NFL player statistics, fantasy projections, fantasy salaries, and market odds as demoed at AWS re:Invent 2020.
V12 Data's ConsumerPlus combines multiple consumer data files, creating the most accurate information resource with the broadest coverage available.
Gain access to crucial intelligence for the companies and markets that matter to you, with distilled market-moving information from FactSet StreetAccount.
Transactions from 40+ million consumer credit and debit cards in the US representing spend by ~15% of US households at the top 500 merchants across 30 product categories.
LikeFolio surfaces consumer buying trends in the retail space by looking at shifts in consumer demand and sentiment at the brand and company level, as well as macro behavior shifts that impact holiday shopping.
US consumer survey data results from March, April, May, June, July and Aug 2020 covering the consumers' concerns and behaviors related to the Coronavirus Covid-19 situation.
Using External Data to Accelerate Business in a Post-Vaccinated World
Learn how companies across real estate, financial services, retail, and hospitality are using data to help prepare for success in a post-vaccinated world.
Using Third-Party Data to Make Smarter Decisions
Learn how WaWa, WineAccess, and UT Austin use third-party data to improve business analytics and make smarter decisions.
How Yum! Brands uses location data from Foursquare to make smarter decisions
Learn how Yum! Brands uses location data from Foursquare to optimize site selection decisions for restaurants such as Popeyes and KFC.
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Third-party blog posts
SafeGraph's Canada Core Places (Essential Columns) dataset is available for free in the AWS Data Exchange. To use this POI data to conduct a market analysis, follow the steps within the blog post.
This solution automates the steps to create a new revision for an existing AWS Data Exchange dataset in the AWS Marketplace. Instead of manually uploading and downloading dataset revisions, simply store the data you want to publish in an Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) asset bucket and create a manifest file that references each of the files you plan to publish. When you upload the manifest file to the Amazon S3 manifest bucket, this solution initiates the process to publish a new revision.
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