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Amazon Redshift - Now Broadly Available

Jeff Barr:

We announced Amazon Redshift, our fast and powerful, fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service, late last year (see my earlier blog post for more info).

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We’ve designed Amazon Redshift to be cost-effective, easy to use, and flexible.

Questions:

  1. who is the ideal Redshift user? I assume it should be AWS users that already have data in the Amazon cloud. Otherwise I have a bit of a hard time imagining trucks carrying tons of hard drives into Amazon data centers.
  2. what happens if for some reason you decide to move your data our of Redshift? How would that work?
  3. what is the next move and counter-argument of Greenplum, Netezza, Vertica, etc. to Redshift?

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