Author: Aveek Das

Aveek is an experienced Data and Analytics Engineer, currently working in Dublin, Ireland. His main areas of technical interest include SQL Server, SSIS/ETL, SSAS, Python, Big Data tools like Apache Spark, Kafka, and cloud technologies such as AWS/Amazon and Azure. He is a prolific author, with over 100 articles published on various technical blogs, including his own blog, and a frequent contributor to different technical forums. In his leisure time, he enjoys amateur photography mostly street imagery and still life. Some glimpses of his work can be found on Instagram. You can also find him on LinkedIn.

A Deeper Dive into AWS IAM

11:22 AWS, Cloud

In this article, we are going to explore the Identity and Access Management concepts available in...
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Getting Started with AWS Athena

13:58 AWS, Cloud, Tools & technologies

AWS Athena is a fully managed, popular cloud service provided by Amazon to query structured data in S3. It allows users to write custom SQL...
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Introduction to Amazon QuickSight

10:31 AWS, Cloud, Tools & technologies

Nowadays, companies are moving their infrastructure from on-premise devices to the cloud. There are a few major cloud vendors like AWS,...
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How to Setup SQL Server on the Amazon RDS

12:13 AWS, Cloud, SSMS, Tools & technologies

SQL Server is one of the most popular databases used in modern applications. Over the past few...
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An Overview of Analytic Functions in PostgreSQL

11:57 Languages & Coding

Analytic functions are special kinds of pre-built functions that come with PostgreSQL by default. They allow you to execute a variety of...
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How to Auto-trigger AWS Lambda Functions

11:55 AWS, Cloud

When we think about a cloud solution provider, we often consider the most popular ones, i.e. Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and...
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Introduction to Layers in AWS Lambda Functions

09:22 AWS, Cloud

AWS Lambda is an event-driven, serverless cloud computing service provided by Amazon, a part of the...
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