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Why we are excited about AWS re:Invent 2015 (and why you should be, too)!
AWS re:Invent 2015 is coming up, and we’d love to meet you at the event! Let’s schedule some time to chat during the event, and exchange insights about cloud computing! What is AWS re:Invent For those of you who are new to AWS, AWS re:Invent is the ultimate Amazon Web Services annual user confe...
How FlyData Can Make Data Recovery for Your Business Easy in an AWS Outage (Part 1)
This morning, there were reports of a broader AWS service outage reported here and here. Redshift status was also in the red, so depending on your method of continuous sync onto Redshift, you may still be working on the recovery process (I am writing this during our morning, PDT).  Screen Shot 2...
5 Signs You Need Business Intelligence
Business intelligence, or just BI for short, is a term usually associated with a suite of software applications used to analyze an organization’s data for the purpose of gaining a strategic business advantage. In today’s electronically interconnected world, the amount of data generated by busines...
Access Denied Issue When Running GRANT ALL ON *.* on Amazon RDS
The "Access Denied" Issue on "GRANT ALL ON \.\" on Amazon RDS Many of our FlyData Sync customers use either their on-premise MySQL instances or Amazon RDS. Recently, we noticed some of our customers having issues when using GRANT on their MySQL instance. We dove into the issue and noticed that t...
Optimal WLM Settings for Redshift
Fast Queries Running Slower in Redshift? When you have query performance issues with queries that should be running quickly in Amazon Redshift, one of the reasons might be that the query queue is filled with other queries. When the query queue is filled, your query is enqueued into a waiting lis...
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