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Amazon Redshift COPY command cheatsheet

Amazon Redshift COPY command cheatsheet

Although it’s getting easier, ramping up on the COPY command to import tables into Redshift can become very tricky and error-prone.   Following the accordion-like hyperlinked Redshift documentation to get a complete command isn’t always straighforward, either.

Treasure Data got in on the act (we always do!) with a guide to demystify and distill all the COPY commands you could ever need into one short, straightforward guide.

Load tables into Redshift from S3, EMR, DynamoDB, over SSH, and more.

Load tables into Redshift from S3, EMR, DynamoDB, over SSH, and more!

 

Includes example commands, how to use data sources – including the steps for setting up an SSH connection,  using temporary and encrypted credentials, formatting, and much more.

Get the guide here.

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