AWS Promises Sharply Improved Redshift Response Times, Amid Customer Frustration


AWS has overhauled how its Amazon Redshift data warehousing service processes queries, in a bid to tackle complaints about latency.

The move — which AWS says should double the speed with which Redshift processes queries that need to be compiled — comes amid pressure from rivals and customers, some of whom have abandoned it for alternatives like Snowflake after finding the service too slow.

Redshift Queries: No Code Cache Can Mean… A Wait.

Redshift generates and compiles code for each query execution, saying it does this because compiled code executes faster, as it “eliminates the overhead” of using an

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