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Getting Started Guide: Analyzing Big Data with AWS Kindle Edition
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The idea is great, but Amazon really ought to watch a user go through the painful process of trying to get this to work..
Since this is basically advertising for Amazon's unstructured data capabilities, I would think it would be important to the authors to release a working version. If one shows up, I'll totally give it another try.
The specific detailed example used assumes one wants to analyze web logs to discover how people find your site - especially which of your online ad campaigns are most successful in driving traffic to your online store. To proceed, one has to sign up for the service and pay the cost of computer support - about 29 cents for an hour.
Put simply, it is exactly as I expected.
If you want the theory behind what you're entering in the console, grab this one for later and search for the theory books.
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