Unite streaming and batch analytics with AWS Glue (Level 300)

July 3, 2020
When processing data with velocity, there is usually a delay between the point when data is collected and its availability in reports and dashboards. Often the delay results in the need to validate or at least identify the granular data. In this session, learn how to extract, transform, and load (ETL) with AWS Glue and understand how to simplify your data architecture to handle streaming and batch sources. Get tips to go from collecting, processing and joining variety of data with different velocity, including querying and visualizing the data. Speaker: Melody Yang, Data & Analytics Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS
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