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Getting Started with Amazon Redshift by Stefan Bauer

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Chapter 2. Transition to Redshift

In this chapter, we will build on some of the things you have started thinking about as a result of having read the overview, now that you have made some decisions about which kind of cluster you will be using to start with. We will now get into some of the specifics and details you will need to get up and running. As with most of the Amazon products you have used in the past, there are just a few preliminary things to take care of. You need to have signed up for the Redshift service on the Amazon account you will be using. Although these keys are not specific to Redshift, be sure to hang on to both your public and secret key strings from your user account. Those keys will be labeled Access Key and Secret Key ...

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