Scaling AWS Redshift Concurrency with Postgres

On the surface, it would appear there is not much similar between Redshift—AWS’s cloud data warehouse service launched in 2012—and Postgres—one of the most popular open source databases first introduced in 1989. One is optimized for analytic workloads (Redshift); the other performs better when requests come as frequent, small transactions (Postgres). One is proprietary, one is open-source. One has a vertical data storage model, the other horizontal…