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Developer Day 2 - Build Serverless Analytics with Amazon Athena and Tableau

In this session, you will learn how to crawl your data in your Amazon S3 data lake and query your data using standard SQL in a serverless manner using Amazon Athena. This session will also feature how you can integrate popular visualisation tools such as Tableau into your solution for visualisation of you data.

What You Will Learn:
How to crawl your data in your Amazon S3 data lake using AWS Glue to create a data catalog Query your data efficiently with standard SQL using Amazon Athena Hear from our partner, Tableau how you can utilise popular analytics tools to create visualisations of your data to deliver more meaning.

Services:
Amazon S3, Amazon Athena, AWS Glue

Presenter:
Kerry McRae, Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services

Guest Presenter:
Marina Tranet, Snr. Product Consultant, Tableau

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