Fanatics Migrates Data to Hadoop on the AWS Cloud Using Attunity CloudBeam

| October 10, 2016

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Keeping a data warehouse current and relevant can be challenging because of the time and effort required to insert new data. The world’s most licensed sports merchandiser, Fanatics, used Attunity CloudBeam to transform their data from SQL, Oracle, and other sources to Amazon S3, where they consume the data in Hadoop and Amazon Redshift. Fanatics can now analyze the huge volumes of data from their transactional, e-commerce, and back office systems, and make this data available immediately. Join us for a webinar to learn how Attunity and AWS work together to help customers like Fanatics get greater value from their data.

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