The best open source software of 2021

Nancy J. Delong

Presto is an open supply, distributed SQL engine for online analytical processing that runs in clusters. Presto can query a huge wide range of knowledge sources, from documents to databases, and return success to a lot of BI and analysis environments. What’s extra, Presto lets querying knowledge wherever it life, such as Hive, Cassandra, relational databases, and proprietary knowledge merchants. A single Presto query can blend knowledge from a number of sources. Fb makes use of Presto for interactive queries from numerous internal knowledge merchants, such as their 300PB knowledge warehouse.

The Presto Foundation is the firm that oversees the growth of the Presto open supply venture. Fb, Uber, Twitter, and Alibaba launched the Presto Foundation. Further users now include Alluxio, Ahana, Upsolver, and Intel.

— Martin Heller

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