March 16, 2022
Date: March 16th, 2022
Join this hands-on workshop led by SnapLogic and AWS subject matter experts. In this interactive session, you’ll leverage your laptop and the lab environment designed for experiencing first-hand How to migrate your legacy, on-premise databases to AWS Redshift and S3, and how to get data out of Salesforce and ServiceNow and put into Redshift.
You’ll create a pipeline that migrates data from a legacy database to Amazon Redshift, all without writing code. Rapidly integrate legacy data into Amazon Redshift for analytics.
And You’ll create a pipeline that migrates data from Salesforce or ServiceNow to Amazon Redshift.
You’ll also see a demo of Amazon Redshift where you will learn how easy it is to ingest data into Amazon Redshift using SnapLogic’s Snap Connector to gain insights from data in your cloud data warehouse.
Our instructors will help you follow along using our lab environment and answer your questions along the way.
Because of the intensive hands-on nature of this workshop, attendance will be strictly limited.
Sign up today to secure your spot.
Here’s the agenda:
- 10:30: AWS customer use case presentation: Data Lake, Redshift, led by our Solutions Architect, Rich Dill
- 10:50: SnapLogic solution overview for Redshift, ETL/ELT
- 10:55: Networking break
- 11:00: Workshop: Hands-on keyboard with SnapLogic with Rich Dill
- Migrate your legacy, on-premises databases to AWS Redshift
- Put Salesforce and ServiceNow data into Redshift
- 12:20: Q & A
About the event
AWS Partner DevDay is a partner-led, AWS-supported event for customers. It is a hands-on technical event delivered by APN Partners who have demonstrated technical proficiency and proven customer success in specialized solution areas. Attendees will get to hear about some of the hottest topics in cloud computing, and get deep dives into AWS-powered partner solutions. Confluent technical experts will explain key features and use cases, share best practices, walk through technical demos, and be available to answer your questions one-on-one.