How to join Amazon S3 and Adobe SAINT API

Discover how to join Amazon S3 with Adobe SAINT API for integrated analysis.

WITH DATA VIRTUALITY PIPES
Replicate Amazon S3 and Adobe SAINT API data into one target storage and analyze it with your BI Tool.
How to join Amazon S3 and Adobe SAINT API with Pipes


About Amazon S3

Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is an object store with a simple web service interface. Users can retrieve and store any amount of data from anywhere in the Internet. Customers use Amazon S3 as primary storage for cloud-native applications, mass repositories, or datalake, for analysis, as a backup and recovery target, as well as disaster recovery and serverless data processing.

About Adobe SAINT API

Adobe SAINT API is an Adobe Analytics attribute importing and naming tool. This tool allows you to import additional data directly into your Analytics reports, to which you have access from DataVirtuality using this connector.

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Pipes allows you to connect to Amazon S3, Adobe SAINT API and more than 200 other cloud services and databases. Automate your data workflows with data pipelines.

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