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Starburst Presto is the world's fastest distributed SQL query engine. With the ability to connect to a wide variety of data sources, companies use Presto to power their large-scale, interactive analytics without the need to move their data.
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NYC Presto Summit
Recap & Slides

This past week the Presto Summit made its East Coast debut in New York City! Developers, engineers, data scientists, and big data leaders from around the world gathered to discuss the project and see how some of the largest internet companies are using Presto to power their data platforms.

New Release: Starburst Presto 322e

With Starburst Presto 323e, we’ve taken a big step forward towards additional connectors, enhanced security features and support for even more platforms in Openshift and Google Kubernetes Engine. Now with Starburst Presto, you can install a fully distributed query engine in your environment, no matter if it’s in the cloud or on-premises.

Presto on Kubernetes

Kubernetes (K8s) eases the burden and complexity of configuring, deploying, managing, and monitoring containerized applications. We are excited to announce the availability and support of Starburst Presto 312e on K8s. This is accomplished by providing both a Presto K8s Operator and Presto Container. This solution makes deploying and using Presto across hybrid and multi cloud…

Databricks and Starburst Presto = A True Unified, Open Analytics Platform

by Tom N. I remember it clearly, it was 2 o’clock in the morning back in the ancient year of 2000. I was working for a .com loading an Oracle data warehouse sitting on a single Sun Microsystems server. If one thing went wrong, it would delay the nightly load and cost four hours of…

Presto Summit SF - Join Us May 21st

The Presto Summit is back in SF for 2020!

Join 300+ of the top Presto contributors, companies looking to learn more about Presto, and a robust community of partners that help companies successfully deploy & manage Presto.

Hear from top Presto users like Salesforce, LinkedIn, Zuora, and more.

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How Does Presto Work?

Big Data, Big Problems

The current state of big data & your business

Slow to Value

Painful ETL across distributed data sources impedes your ability to get value out of your data NOW.

Failure to Scale

Current architecture is prohibited by the collision of data growth, distributed systems, and the demand for data agility.

Pains of Proprietary

Next-gen data platforms are restricted by proprietary systems and vendor lock-in, depriving you of the freedom to use the tools that work best for YOU.

Starburst Has Your Back

Starburst completes open-source Presto, providing you with the world’s fastest SQL query engine

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Manage Your Big Data Costs

Starburst provides a true separation of storage and compute via our “SQL on Anything” data consumption layer.

This allows for your data to be stored more cost effectively, while only carving out the compute resources necessary to meet demand.

Improve Your Data’s Time to Value
Starburst’s connected architecture allows for highly performant analytical queries to be executed across any number of data resources regardless of where the data resides. 
This increases the rate at which analytics can drive value and introduces logic to the businesses approach to modernizing their data estate.
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Increase Your Optionality

Starburst allows for any users, with any BI tool to execute interactive analytical queries on workloads existing on any data source (cloud, within your own data center or both)

This enables your big data architecture to be inherently open, flexible and capable of existing within any stack as its defined by the business demand and the markets constant innovation of tools sets.


Achieve True Performance at Scale

Faster queries and greater cost efficiency via cost-based query optimization and other enhancements. In benchmarks, Starburst Presto ran 18x faster at 1/7th the cost of alternatives.