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The 2021 database showdown: BigQuery vs Redshift vs Snowflake

Last updated: 16th June 2021 For updates, changes and errata please see the Changelog at the end of this post. What is this guide? - Designed as a fair feature comparison between the different products - An up to date...

Establishing data lineage practices with Google Tag Manager analytics events

In this post we'll look at how to capture meta data from Google Tag Manager (GTM) from the tags that fire analytics requests. This post focuses on Snowplow specifically, however the same concepts can be easily adapted to Google Analytics...

Adventures with Event Bridge

What is Amazon Event Bridge?   AWS describes Event Bridge as: … a serverless event bus that makes it easy to connect applications together using data from your own applications, integrated Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications, and AWS services.  EventBridge delivers a...

Snowplow Inspector v0.2.15 Released

What's New? This small release adds support for custom endpoint paths in POST requests. What does that mean? As Snowplow grows in popularity, it gets used more and more for different use-cases. Some of those use-cases involve using Snowplow as...

Server Side Tracking – What’s Old is New Again

Introduction: The Importance of Data Collection When we work with our clients on data and analytics; we strongly believe that the process of data collection is fundamental. Data quality should be the highest priority, and this can only be achieved...

Offense and Defense

Data governance: on the offensive (#2 Data Maturity Series)

In my last post, we looked at why organisations often fail to engage data initiatives properly, leaving them stuck in first gear, or worse, spinning in neutral. We covered the concept of the data supply chain being comprised of a...

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Generating data insight: it’s a (supply) chain reaction (#1 Data Maturity Series)

Photo by Mitchell Luo on Unsplash It’s not the sort of statistic you’ll ever see in a sales deck, but the dirty secret of the data business is that most projects fail. In this new series of blogs, I want to take a...

The life of Python: Highlights from PyCon AU 2019

Opportunities to actively engage and learn are vital to our work at Poplin Data so it was great to attend the recent  PyCon AU 2019 with other members of the engineering team. The event brought together professionals, students and enthusiast...

The importance of owning your own data

As Equifax prepares to pay out as much as $US700 million in compensation for its spectacular 2017 security breach, and cosmetics retailer Sephora apologises for a leak of Asia Pacific customer data, now is a good time to consider the...

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