AWS Snowball Edge vs FlyData: What are the differences?
Developers describe AWS Snowball Edge as "Petabyte-scale data transport with on-board storage and compute". AWS Snowball Edge is a 100TB data transfer device with on-board storage and compute capabilities. You can use Snowball Edge to move large amounts of data into and out of AWS, as a temporary storage tier for large local datasets, or to support local workloads in remote or offline locations. On the other hand, FlyData is detailed as "Seamlessly upload your data to Amazon Redshift or from Heroku, and extract business intelligence". FlyData for Amazon Redshift allows you to transfer your data easily and securely to Amazon Redshift. Getting your data onto Amazon Redshift and keeping it up-to-date can be a real hassle. With FlyData for Amazon Redshift, you can automatically upload and migrate your data to Amazon Redshift, after only a few simple steps.
AWS Snowball Edge and FlyData can be primarily classified as "Data Transfer" tools.