Many Tableau customers have large buckets of data stored in Amazon S3. In the past, making use of that data with Tableau has required a great deal of preparation. In November 2016, Amazon Web Services announced a new serverless interactive query service called Amazon Athena that lets you analyze your data stored in Amazon S3 using standard SQL queries.
In this you will learn about Amazon Athena connector.
Integrating Tableau Desktop with AWS Athena/S3
> Reason for why to use it?
> Creating EC2 server - t2.micro
> Installing Tableau Desktop
> download jdbc connector for athena and download latest java version
> create iam credentials
> create s3 bucket
> upload sheet into aws s3 bucket
> create db in athena and a table and create connection with aws tableau desktop
> test the connection
> exploring quicksight
Who this course is for:
1 section • 6 lectures • 34m total length
Create IAM credentials, and Exploring Athena
Create connection between AWS Athena and Tableau desktop
Proficiency in managing cloud based infrastructure. Good understanding of AWS and Kubernetes. Have worked on Migration and architected solutions for migration from on premise infra to cloud that included database, applications and servers.
Highly skilled AWS Cloud and .net solution architect with exceptional design, architecting, development and pre-sales ability helping large insurance customers in their DigitalTransformation Journey.