To start using AWS Glue, simply sign into the AWS Management Console and navigate to “Glue” under the “Analytics” category. You can follow one of our guided tutorials that will walk you through an example use case for AWS Glue.

You can learn more about AWS Glue by referring to our documentation.

You can also find sample ETL code in our Glue samples GitHub repository under AWS Labs. You can download the Glue Python ETL library here.

Look below for videos and blog articles that help you get the most from AWS Glue.

Ready to start your ETL?

Get Started with AWS Glue

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What is AWS Glue?
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Getting Started with AWS Glue Data Catalog
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Tackle Your Dark Data Challenge with AWS Glue - 2017 AWS Online Tech Talks
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Serverless Analytics - Amazon Redshift Spectrum, AWS Glue, and Amazon QuickSight
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AWS re:Invent 2017: Building Serverless ETL Pipelines with AWS Glue (ABD315)
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AWS re:Invent 2017: How to Build a Data Lake with AWS Glue Data Catalog (ABD213-R)


It’s easy to get started with AWS Glue, Simply sign in to the AWS Management Console and navigate to “Glue” under the “Analytics” category.

Ready to start your ETL?

Get Started with AWS Glue