Visualize Data with Tableau Desktop using AWS Athena

Connect to your S3 data with the Amazon Athena connector in Tableau Desktop, and Quicksight with S3.
Instructor:
Karan Singhal
5 students enrolled
You will be able to Visualize S3 Bucket data using Tableau
You will be able to Integrate AWS Athena with Tableau Desktop
Learn about the Installing, Configuring Tableau Desktop on EC2

Amazon Athena can make use of structured and semi-structured datasets based on common file types like CSV, JSON, and other columnar formats like Apache Parquet.

Amazon Athena can access encrypted data on Amazon S3 and has support for the AWS Key Management Service (KMS).

AWS provides a JDBC driver for connectivity.

Underneath the covers, Amazon Athena uses Presto to provide standard SQL support with a variety of data formats.

Amazon Athena’s data catalog is Hive Metastore-compatible, using Apache Hive DDL to define tables.

Users can create and remove schemas without impacting the underlying data.

Visualize Data with Tableau Desktop using AWS Athena

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Introduction to Course
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Installing and Confuring Tableau Desktop on AWS EC2
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Create a S3 bucket and Athena Database, and Tables.
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Connecting Athena with Tableau Desktop
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Time for Visualize the Data
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Visualize S3 Bucket data using Athena
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