With just under a week to go until AWS re:Invent kicks off in Las Vegas, excitement is growing ahead of what is set to be the largest global gathering of Amazon Web Services users ever.We’re delighted to once again be a sponsor at this event and you can join us there to find out more about Matillion ETL for Redshift.
With a jam-packed agenda of eagerly anticipated keynotes, hundreds of breakout sessions, boot camps, certifications, and loads of great after-hours activities and events, there’s something for everyone to look forward to at AWS re:Invent 2016.
- Date: November 28th – December 2nd, 2016
- Location: The Venetian, The Mirage and The Encore, Las Vegas
Registration is now closed, but don’t worry if you missed out , you can still catch the keynotes on both days by registering for the live stream here.
For those of you lucky enough to have secured a ticket, we can’t wait to see you there! The Matillion team will be at AWS re:Invent throughout the week, and here are just a couple of the places you can find us.
Visit our booth in the Expo Hall – Booth #2338
The Expo Hall is right at the heart of AWS re:Invent! Here you’ll find the World’s leading technology vendors, showcasing the latest and greatest software solutions. There are also loads of cool activities going on around re:Invent Central such as the IOT Connected Cafes, the Amazon Alexa Smart Home and the Dev Lounge.
As a Silver Sponsor, we’ll be showcasing Matillion ETL for Redshift from our Booth in the Expo Hall. Matillion ETL for Redshift is a fast, modern, easy-to-use and powerful ETL/ELT tool that makes it simple and productive to load and transform data on Amazon Redshift.
Visit us at Booth #2338 for live product demonstrations, advice from our team of Redshift experts and tons of cool swag!
Join our Big Data challenge at the Partner Theater
The Partner Theater, located at re:Invent Central is a great place to see software solutions from some of AWS’s key Technology Partners in action and hear about some interesting use cases. Here you’ll be able to join companies like Matillion for 15 minute technical and thought-leadership sessions throughout the day.
Our Partner Theater session has an added twist, with a challenge-style theme, using our tool to build out a full Big Data stack against the clock!
- Session ID: PTS217
- Title: The ’15-Minute Big Data Challenge’, with Amazon Redshift and Matillion ETL
- Time: Thursday 1st December, 12:30pm- 12:45pm
This will be a fast-paced, live demonstration, and we expect our CTO, Ed Thompson to be sweating a little come the end. We’ll show to you an end-to-end, production ready, Big Data stack being built from scratch in 15 minutes flat, using Amazon Redshift and Matillion ETL for Amazon Redshift.
You can find out more about our Partner Theater session by visiting the Session Catalog here.
Reserve your seat for a breakout session not to be missed!
As well as our session at the Partner Theater, we’ll also be speaking at a breakout session, alongside Matillion ETL for Redshift user, GE Power & Water.
- Session ID: BDA203
- Title: Billions of Rows Transformed in Record Time Using Matillion ETL for Amazon Redshift
- Time: Tuesday 29th November, 3:30pm – 4:30pm
In this session you’ll hear first-hand from Ryan Oates, Enterprise Architect at GE Water, about the challenges the company faced when migrating Billions of rows of data from on premise databases, into the cloud.
You’ll hear the reasons why they chose to move to the AWS Cloud, why they chose Amazon Redshift and why they chose Matillion ETL for Redshift to handle the transformation and orchestration of this data.
Our Solution Architect, Adam Gantt will also be on hand to show Matillion ETL for Redshift in action and explain how our tool can allow you to deliver your Big Data project in record time!
Can’t make it to re:Invent? You can still see Matillion ETL for Redshift in action by registering for one of our open training sessions, where you’ll also receive a free $100 AWS credit to get you up and running. Alternatively, you can download our eBook for loads of best-practice advice on optimizing your Amazon Redshift setup.