AWS re:Invent 2019 Roundup

Materialized Views, Amazon Redshift Ready, and more!

Last week Etleap put on another exciting show at AWS re:Invent, where we announced some new features and integrations with AWS services, were interviewed by the tech experts over at “theCUBE,” hosted a session all about data lakes, and most importantly, spoke with countless attendees about ETL. Here’s a roundup of all the Etleap action you may have missed at AWS re:Invent 2019.


Etleap’s booth was a veritable oasis of ETL discussion and Etleap product demos
Amazon Redshift Launches materialized views with help from etleap

Among AWS’ numerous announcements at re:Invent this year was the availability of Materialized Views in preview on Amazon Redshift. The Materialized Views feature is designed to help customers achieve up to 100x faster query performance on analytical workloads such as dashboarding queries from Business Intelligence (BI) tools and ELT data processing. Etleap helped launch this feature by integrating it into a beta version of Etleap Models (let us know if you want to be included in the beta!) and showing that it can give an ~8x performance boost. The Redshift team showcased our results in their chalk talk on “Accelerating performance with Materialized Views.”


Yannis (seated, left) and Vuk (standing, right) from the Amazon Redshift team showcase Etleap at their Redshift Materialized Views Chalk Talk

“We are delighted to have Etleap help launch the Materialized Views feature in Amazon Redshift,” said Andi Gutmans, Vice President, Analytics, Amazon Web Services, Inc. “Amazon Redshift Materialized Views allow customers to realize a significant boost in query performance in ETL pipelines and BI dashboards. By integrating Etleap with this new functionality, customers can seamlessly get the benefits of Amazon Redshift Materialized Views without needing to make any application changes.”

You can read the full Etleap press release about Amazon Redshift Materialized Views here.

Etleap Founder makes the case for more analyst-friendly data lakes, alongside Redshift team

Many Etleap customers use our solution to build their S3/Glue data lakes, so data lakes are a topic we’ve learned a thing or two about over the years. For re:Invent this year, we thought we’d share our data lake expertise with the world by hosting a session alongside the Redshift team entitled “Five data lake considerations with Amazon Redshift, Amazon S3 & AWS Glue.”


Etleap founder and CEO, Christian Romming, led the session focused on data lakes

Have an interest in data lakes yourself? You can check out the session here.

Etleap featured on enterprise tech talk show

After our data lakes session, Founder and CEO of Etleap, Christian Romming, sat down with the hosts of “theCUBE,” re:Invent’s resident technologies interview show. Check it out:

Etleap founder sits down with David Vellante and John Walls of theCUBE
Etleap achieves Amazon Redshift Ready Designation

Distinguishing ourselves in the Amazon Redshift partner ecosystem, we announced that Etleap has achieved the designation of “Amazon Redshift Ready,” a recently announced status among partners who have proven integration with Amazon Redshift.

Etleap was featured in the keynote announcement among a select few debuting partners

“Etleap is proud to achieve Amazon Redshift Ready status,” said Christian Romming, Founder and CEO of Etleap. “Our team is dedicated to helping companies achieve maintenance-free, enterprise-grade ETL by leveraging the agility, breadth of services, and pace of innovation that AWS provides. Our status as an Amazon Redshift Ready partner shows our continued commitment to Amazon Redshift and the AWS ecosystem.”

You can read the full Etleap press release covering the Amazon Redshift Ready announcement here.


This concludes our roundup of the biggest Etleap new stories from AWS re:Invent 2019. Stay tuned for more Etleap trade show news, and for all things ETL you’re already in the right place.