amazon-redshiftHow do I use Amazon Redshift to store data in an S3 bucket?
Amazon Redshift is a fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service in the cloud. It can be used to store data in an S3 bucket. To do this, use the
COPY command to load data from S3 into your Redshift cluster.
COPY my_table FROM 's3://my-bucket/my-data/' CREDENTIALS 'aws_access_key_id=<your_access_key_id>;aws_secret_access_key=<your_secret_access_key>' CSV;
This command will copy data from the S3 bucket
my-bucket into the table
my_table in your Redshift cluster. The
CREDENTIALS option allows you to specify your AWS access key and secret key for authentication. The
CSV option indicates that the data is in CSV format.
COPY- the command to copy data from S3 into Redshift
my_table- the name of the table in your Redshift cluster to copy the data into
s3://my-bucket/my-data/- the S3 bucket and path to the data
CREDENTIALS- option to specify your AWS access key and secret key for authentication
CSV- option to indicate that the data is in CSV format
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