If you are moving data from MySQL to Redshift, then you came to the right place.
- Sharded MySQL Clusters aren't scaling: You have to move all historical data to Redshift at scale, and you can't lose data in the process.
- Periodically dumping transactional data in MySQL to Redshift: In order to analyze hourly or daily snapshots of your customers in Redshift, you need to set up a scheduled workflow.
In either case, the task of building a reliable, scalable and robust data migration pipeline takes time. Yes, you can do it on your own using tools like AWS Pipeline or Luigi + custom scripts.
But there is an easier way: Use Treasure Data's MySQL and Redshift Connectors. In this recorded webinar, you will learn:
- Challenges to expect when migrating from MySQL to Redshift (type conversions, network failures, etc.)
- The need for data transformation between MySQL and Redshift and possible solutions
- How Treasure Data helps you meet both 1 and 2
- Live technical demo migrating data from MySQL through Treasure Data to Redshift