Embattled Redshift Gets Analytics Backing
Amazon Web Services’ Redshift data warehouse service got some much needed support this week with a partnership between a data management for analytics specialist and a tool developer aimed at helping RedShift users automate their analytics infrastructure.
San Francisco-based Panoply.io said Tuesday (Nov. 22) it has partnered with Stitch and its ETL service that helps developers connect their databases and software services and then replicates them in a data warehouse.
The partners claimed the integration would allow faster access to managed Redshift instances by allowing users of the Stitch ETL service to connect with Panoply.io’s data warehouse. The platform will be demonstrated at next week’s AWS (NASDAQ: AMZN) re:Invent conference in Las Vegas.