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This is our 3rd blog in the comparing AWS Athena to PrestoDB series. If you missed the first two, you can find them here: Part 1: AWS Athena vs. PrestoDB … Continue reading Comparing AWS Athena and PrestoDB Blog Series: Athena Partition Limits
Welcome to the 2nd blog in our blog series on comparing AWS Athena, a serverless Presto service, to open source PrestoDB. In this series we’ll discuss Amazon’s Athena service versus … Continue reading Comparing AWS Athena and PrestoDB Blog Series: Athena Query Limits
Welcome to our blog series on comparing AWS Athena, a serverless Presto service, to open source PrestoDB. In this series we’ll discuss Amazon’s Athena service versus PrestoDB and some of … Continue reading Comparing AWS Athena and PrestoDB Blog Series: Athena Limitations
I’m thrilled to share that today Ahana Cloud for Presto on AWS is generally available and open for Open Analytics. Ahana Cloud 🌤 is the first fully integrated, cloud-native managed … Continue reading Ahana Cloud for Presto 🌤 – Now “Open” for “Open Analytics”
Data platform teams are increasingly using the federated SQL query engine PrestoDB to run such analytics for a variety of use cases across a wide range of data lakes and databases in-place, without the need to move data. Here’s a look at some important characteristics of Presto that account for its growing adoption.
This blog post discusses how AWS users have evolved their big data requirements and how the Ahana team architected its managed service offering, highlighting the best practice of providing an “In-VPC” deployment.
Today I am incredibly excited to announce Ahana Cloud for Presto, the first fully integrated, cloud-native managed service for Presto – that simplifies the ability of cloud and data platform teams of all sizes to provide self-service, SQL analytics for their data analysts and scientists.
Bridging the gap to bring two Presto communities together: Welcoming Starburst Data to the Presto Foundation
Why are there two Presto projects and how many do we need? For the benefit of the community, I hope we can see the confusion end with: 1 foundation, 1 primary code base for new development, and 1 community.
We spent some time with Apache Software Foundation board member, PMC member, and open source expert Ted Dunning to get his thoughts on the state of open source software.