Etleap Partners with AWS

The world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform, meets fully-managed ETL-as-a-service. It’s a match made in data-heaven.
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AWS Overview

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the most popular on-demand cloud computing platform this side of the milky way. With more than 165 products and services, incredibly reliable technology, and military-grade security features, AWS is the gold standard for cloud computing and is trusted by millions of customers including fast-growing startups, large enterprises, and leading government agencies like NASA*.*(yes, that NASA)

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Amazon Redshift

Amazon Redshift is the fastest cloud data warehouse ever, and getting faster all the time. It also happens to be the most affordable. And the easiest to scale. For those keeping score at home, that means it’s the best way to warehouse your data, like, ever.

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Amazon S3

Amazon S3 provides a secure, durable, and scalable object storage infrastructure. That’s fancy talk for a technology that lets you store your Internet on it. All the data that Etleap processes is stored here, providing a secure, near-infinitely scalable infrastructure for all your data warehousing needs.

AWS and Etleap


Etleap was built on AWS from the ground up and when the two come together, beautiful things happen. Utilizing the full power of AWS’ suite of technologies, like S3, and EMR, EC2, and RDS, Etleap automates your data pipelines and gets to ETL’ing, so you don’t have to. That means you’ll have more time for…hacky sack, maybe? Is that something people do? We’re too busy optimizing data pipelines.


Need to transform data into a structured, secure, analysis-ready format to get it into a Redshift data warehouse or an S3/Glue data lake? Don’t even trip. We gotcha, boo. Etleap can handle any transformation, no matter how complex, and load it into any AWS warehouse or lake. And because we also support post-load transformations in SQL, you can have your cake and eat it too. Delicious, ain’t it?


Once you’ve ETL’d your data into an AWS data warehouse, you’re ready to analyze it using any business intelligence tool you can think of, including Looker, Tableau, Mode, Periscope, Chartio, Domo, and Redash. With the power of AWS and Etleap enabling your analytics, you’ll be the belle of the ball. And with best-in-class data warehousing and ETL as your date for the evening, it’s sure to be a night to remember.

Extract, transform and load with Etleap

EMR All-Star

Etleap’s data pipelines handle bursts and daily variations in data volumes by automatically scaling EMR clusters using spot instances, which keeps processing fast and inexpensive. That means you’ll have more money for avocado toast and fidget spinners — the important things in life.

Super Glue

Through Etleap’s native integration with AWS Glue, customers can query ingested data with Amazon Athena, and join with data stored in Amazon Redshift through Amazon Redshift Spectrum. And unlike actual glue, you aren’t left with sticky fingertips.

Control Your Cloud

Etleap can be deployed as a hosted service or within your own virtual private cloud. Your data is important, and you should be able to choose where to keep it. With Etleap and AWS, you can control the clouds like the mighty Zeus. Lightning bolts not included.

Uptime, all the time

Data pipelines don’t do you any good if you don’t have access whenever you need it. That’s why Etleap’s infrastructure runs in multiple Availability Zones to ensure high uptime. We’re like that best friend you can always count on to remember your birthday and empower your data analysts. But, y’know, mostly the latter.

Create a perfect data warehouse with Etleap.

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