A quick tour in 16 slides of Amazon's Redshift clustered, massively parallel database.
Find out what differentiates it from the other database products Amazon has, including SimpleDB, DynamoDB and RDS (MySQL, SQL Server and Oracle).
Learn how it stores data on disk in a columnar format and how this relates to performance and interesting compression techniques.
Contrast the difference between Redshift and a MySQL instance and discover how the clustered architecture may help to dramatically reduce query time.
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