Apr 21, 2021 | 17 minute read
Part Two - Automating Amazon EMR In Part One, we automated an example ELT workflow on Amazon Athena using Apache Airflow. In this post, Part Two, we will do the same thing but automate the same example ELT workflow using Amazon EMR. Make sure you recap the setup from Part One. All the code so you can reproduce this yourself can be found in the GitHub repository here. Automating Amazon EMR
Apr 21, 2021 | 18 minute read
update: I have changed the post to use standard Apache Airflow variables rather than using AWS Secrets Manager. Part One - Automating Amazon Athena As part of an upcoming DevDay event, I have been working on how you can use Apache Airflow to help automate your Extract, Load and Transform (ELT) Workflows. Amazon Athena and Amazon EMR are two AWS services that help customers who have existing SQL skills/expertise and are looking at tools such as Presto or Apache Hive when undertaking those transformations.