Join Red Hat and Starburst to learn how Starburst Enterprise Presto on OpenShift can power your interactive and ad-hoc data discovery. Data engineers will learn how to deploy the Starburst Presto cluster to power interactive and ad-hoc data discovery and processing. With Starburst Presto, SQL on anything means fast, secure access, and federated queries across:
Next-generation data platforms are embracing the proliferation of technologies that help organizations discover, catalog, process, and derive insight from their data. OpenShift, and OpenShift Container Storage are at the forefront of this transition and provide a foundation for building a self-service environment for developers, data engineers, and data scientists.
SQL on anything means fast, secure access to data in OpenShift Container Storage, and federated access to data anywhere. With Starburst on OpenShift you have access to the world’s fastest open source SQL query engine, enterprise-ready, across clouds public and private.
Partner Solution Architecture
Ben Lumbert is a Solutions Architect on Starburst’s partner team and provides the technical support required to help the partner ecosystem thrive. He delivers technical enablement to partners of all types as well guidance to these partners as they start to pursue opportunities in the field. Additionally, he works directly with partners to identify and help build integrations and content that enhance the value Starburst Enterprise Presto brings to its customers.
Principal Solution Architect
Kyle works out of the Storage Business Unit at Red Hat. He enjoys helping folks put loads of data into Ceph, and making Ceph clusters fast. He’s a long time Ceph advocate, having worked at both Inktank and Dreamhost designing and operating Ceph clusters.
Fast, free, distributed SQL query engine for big data analytics
Starburst offers a free, unlicensed version which includes:
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