If you are an Enterprise customer or have a subscription to Raw Data, Localytics will export all the logged Event and Session records to Amazon S3. This means, for example, that every timestamped Event is reflected as a unique data point. We call this Raw Data.
If you have a subscription covering Raw Data, the data is exported to a location in Amazon S3 that is unique per customer. If you would like access to your Raw Data, you should contact Localytics Support so we can perform the necessary permissions.
The Raw Data are structured as standard JSON blobs representing every Session (start and close) and every Event that has been uploaded to Localytics. Localytics provides access to this data, allowing you to use Amazon's well-documented S3 APIs to analyze the data. Alternatively, you may choose to clone the data into another system like Redshift, which allows you to query using SQL-like commands. The process of cloning data into another system is commonly referred to as "Extract, Load, Transform" or "ETL" for short. Localytics Services offers a package to ETL your data into another system.