This node uploads items data to the Amazon Personalize space. The
input table must contain at least one string column that contains
item IDs and one additional metadata column (string or numeric).
First, this node uploads the data to a specified S3 location. From
there, it will be imported to Personalize. The import may take
several minutes. If the import is done, the file will be
S3 afterwards since it is not needed anymore.
To create a model with Amazon Personalize, you can also upload users and interactions data to the same data group. Only the interactions data is required. Once you have uploaded all the data, you can create a solution with the Amazon Personalize Create Solution Version node and afterwards deploy the solution by creating a campaign with the Amazon Personalize Create Campaign node.
More information is available on the website or in the documentation.
Note: If the node execution is interrupted during the import, e.g. by the user or due to lost of internet connection, the import will still be completed on AWS, although the node does not execute successfully. The file on S3 may not be deleted in this case.
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