Thanks to wide range of services it offers, AWS has become the ideal environment to design and implement Big Data projects tailored to your business needs. AWS has multiple sources of information that help you make the transition quickly, simply and only paying for what you use, which is especially suitable for projects like reference architecture, technical documents and training courses.
Keepler: AWS experts
With 90% of our technical specialists certified in AWS, including specific Big Data certifications, our architects have seen AWS advance and change from its very beginnings, giving them deep knowledge and expertise with the platform.
AWS Cloud Benefits
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Separation between computing (EMR) and storage (S3) in Data Lakes, allowing for separate cost increases instead of provisioning a single cluster.
Possibility to provision any number of Hadoop clusters of any size, either on demand or for Redshift in interactive analytics.
Ability to use Apache Hadoop technologies (Hive, Pig, Spark, Impala, etc.) or SQL query languages with Redshift and Athena.
The infrastructure features nodes specialized in computing, memory or network, giving it the ability to respond to any performance demand.
Access and execution of data processes using roles for requests and security groups for network access.
The data are always available thanks to services like S3 and DynamoDB, with an optimal service commitment.
Components have the ability to recover from service interruptions, even with characteristics such as job attempts.
Managed services such as S3, Athena and Quicksight with no management by operations.
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