Amazon Redshift: Fastest but comes at a price
Updated February 26, 2020

Amazon Redshift: Fastest but comes at a price

Jay Padhya | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Amazon Redshift

We are performing a POC (proof of concept) across multiple cloud vendors, and we have evaluated GCP, Azure, and Amazon. We plan to go on-site cloud from on-premises, and we will evaluate all databases across all cloud providers. We are making the current database over Amazon Redshift, if it can help us do the exact same job as we have on-premises SQL Server. The on-prem option is good for replication and security, and we are evaluating how good it can be on ML application support.
  • Robust
  • Great UI
  • Price
  • Implementation in non AWS server
  • High Price : makes ROI tougher
  • Best for DW in our POC
Amazon Redshift has a better UI, hands down. And it is easy to integrate with bigger tools like Talend. It has many issues when it comes to understanding the architect perspective like Toad, which has a better UI for architect data together. However, that is because we are not used to many features of Amazon Redshift. I like how they don't change the UI often like Azure, making it harder to adjust to the new tool look and feel.
Good look; good UI
High price

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Except for the price, Amazon Redshift is a great tool and has the fastest performance across all the data warehouses we have seen. It's easy to connect with Talend, which makes it a better option to use. I like the UI better than most of the other DW. Overall it's a great DW tool.