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Amazon Redshift Update

A couple of interesting points from Werner Vogels’s post about Amazon Redshift’s security:

  1. Amazon Redshift has over 1000 customers and adding new ones at a rate of 100/week. I’m not familiar with customer acquisition numbers in the data warehouse space, but this doesn’t look like ParAccel, at least in its Redshift incarnation, is failing
  2. Amazon Redshift positioning: “price, performance and simplicity”. I cannot see many companies being able to compete against this triplet.
  3. Amazon has reduced the cost of read operations from DynamoDB to 1/4 to make that data more accessible to Redshift

Original title and link: Amazon Redshift Update (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.allthingsdistributed.com/2013/05/amazon-redshift-designing-for-security.html