Link multiple Starburst clusters
Enables users to connect to and query data from any catalog supported by the remote Starburst cluster, without configuring catalogs in two places
Due to increasingly stringent data transfer and sovereignty regulations, multinational companies have struggled to find a solution to analyze data that resides across borders. This challenge has often forced strategic decisions to be made on partial analysis due to incomplete or missing data. In an environment of shifting privacy laws, it’s increasingly difficult for businesses to analyze critical data quickly, and at scale, while ensuring compliance.
Starburst Enterprise offers a solution with a unique approach to addressing this challenge of accessing data across borders, while at the same time staying in accordance with regulations: Starburst Stargate.
Starburst Stargate enables Starburst Enterprise customers to link catalogs and data sources supported by one Starburst cluster to other catalogs and data sources in remote Starburst clusters. Stargate becomes a gateway for unlocking data access across geographies while ensuring access controls are in place, and data residency requirements are honored.
Enabling analytics on data across physical boundaries, without needing to move it, while ensuring data privacy and access controls are intact. Customers can ensure compliance with data privacy laws like GDPR and CCPA.
Data mesh encourages domain-driven data ownership, while centralized IT delivers core tech capabilities that allow teams to store, manage, and govern their data. Starburst Stargate operates as the SQL-based query engine that operates across a data mesh architecture.
Customers have struggled with cloud data lock-in. High egress fees have hindered analytics across data stored in multiple clouds. Starburst Stargate breaks down data access barriers across clouds and regions, empowering organizations with full, accurate insights from their global data.
Supports pushdown of aggregate functions, LIMIT pushdown, dynamic filtering and related performance improvements
Supports passthrough of password authentication credentials to the underlying data source
Up to $500 in usage credits included