The data input, storage, administration, and governance layers of databases, data warehouses, and data lakes are all built separately by customers.
These piecemeal attempts to develop independent data stores frequently result in data silos, difficult data integration, wasteful data transportation, and problems with data consistency. Customers are unable to obtain deeper insights due to these problems. This is where AWS Analytics comes into play.
The largest and most active ecosystem belongs to AWS, which has masses of active customers and many partners worldwide. In this blog, we will explore the benefits and drawbacks of AWS Analytics and if it is right for your business.
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