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Frequently Asked Questions


How does it work?
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Get started in just a couple of minutes without installing any software. Simply authorize Intermix.io to connect to your Amazon Redshift cluster via a username & password. Click here for instructions on creating a user for Amazon Redshift.

Optionally, for secure environments, we offer an on-premise data collector which executes within your AWS account. This avoids the need to provide Intermix.io with access to your data warehouse. Click here to find more information about the Collector.

What type of data do you access?
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Intermix will never have access to data you copy into your Amazon Redshift cluster. We only look at metadata of your data, and query information. Specifically, for Amazon Redshift we need access to the following types of information:

System Tables for Logging. Logging tables are generated from Amazon Redshift log files to provide a history of the system. Intermix uses data from these tables to provide workload analytics.

System Catalog Tables. The system catalogs store schema metadata, such as information about users, tables and columns, which Intermix uses for performance tuning recommendations.

See here for instructions on creating a user for Amazon Redshift.

How do you handle security & PII?
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The optional Collector provides a facility to scrub personally identifiable information (PII) from fields that contain SQL text. This is important for some organizations whose privacy policy limits what data can move into 3rd party systems.

You can find the security information for the collector at this link.

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