Saturday, 18 November 2017

Amazon Redshift enables regular users to be granted access to all the rows in the chosen system tables

Amazon Redshift now grants access for the regular users to access all the rows in the selected system views and tables. Earlier, the users who were required to perform cluster administration or troubleshooting they needed to alert a Superuser to request access to Amazon Redshift cluster log tables and views. With this new feature, the regular users that are granted the appropriate privileges can now access the cluster log views and tables without any delay which ultimately speeds troubleshooting and administration. 

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