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What Is Redshift? | Astronomic

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AWS Redshift Tutorial For Beginners | Amazon Redshift Tutorial | AWS Training Video | Simplilearn

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Redshift | Demo Reel 2019

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Introduction to Data Warehousing on AWS with Amazon Redshift

Redshift is a techno-economic theory suggesting hypersegmentation of information technology markets based on whether individual computing needs are over or under-served by Moore's law, which predicts the doubling of computing transistors every two years. The theory, proposed and named by New Enterprise Associates partner and former Sun Microsystems CTO Greg Papadopoulos, categorized a series of high growth markets (redshifting) while predicting slower GDP-driven growth in traditional computing markets (blueshifting). Papadopoulos predicted the result will be a fundamental redesign of components comprising computing systems.
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    • Hypergrowth market segments (redshifting) 

    • Traditional computing markets (blueshifting) 

    • Consequences and industry commentary 

    • History and nomenclature