Here’s the difference between Redshift and ThoughtSpot. The comparison is based on pricing, deployment, business model, and other important factors.
Amazon Redshift is a fully managed petabyte scale data warehouse service. Redshift is designed for analytic workloads and connects to standard SQL based clients and business intelligence tools. Redshift delivers fast query and I/O performance for virtually any size dataset by using columnar storage technology and parallelizing and distributing queries across multiple nodes. Most common administrative tasks associated with provisioning, configuring, monitoring, backing up, and securing a data warehouse are automated.
ThoughtSpot is a search and AI-driven analytics platform that delivers safe, reliable self-service analytics to the modern data stack. ThoughtSpot natively integrates with cloud platforms and scales to billions of rows, making it possible for anyone to ask their own data questions. Users can also embed search, Liveboards and visualizations into data applications using ThoughtSpot Everywhere. Customers include Hulu, Capital One, Mayo Clinic, and more.
|Categories||Data Warehouses||Augmented Analytics|
|Stage||Late Stage||Late Stage|
|Target Segment||Enterprise||Enterprise, Mid size|
|Pricing||Freemium||Free trial, Contact Sales|
|Location||Seattle,WA, US||California, US|
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