On Amazon Redshift, an administrator can manage database security by controlling which users have access to which database objects. Access to database objects depends on the privileges that the administrator grants to people.
On Amazon Redshift, this is done by writing SQL queries with the CREATE, DROP or ALTER statements. With DataRow, you don’t need to write SQL commands each time to perform management actions. You can CREATE, DROP or ALTER with a single click.
Centralized administration makes Amazon Redshift management fast and easy.
In the Users section, you can manage the passwords, groups and privileges of all users who have access to your Amazon Redshift. You can quickly create a user or change the password, group and database privileges of any user.
In the Groups section, you can list and manage the Amazon Redshift Groups you have created for your Amazon Redshift.
In Amazon Redshift, you can restore a single table from a snapshot instead of restoring an entire cluster. Restoring a Table from a Snapshot helps you when you experience a database-damaging situation or just want to go back in time.
Table Level Restore Tool helps you restore a table from a snapshot without having to log in to the AWS Management Console. Plus, if you use IAM Integrator, you don’t have to enter your credentials every time you execute Table Restore. Restoring a table is much easier and faster with DataRow.