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Consumption Layers 101

By | on 12, Jul 2019 |   consumption layer optionality storage and compute separation

The typical big data infrastructure is a Frankenstein’s monster of legacy hardware, cloud connections, and storage environments. Data exists in different silos, in every location imaginable. This comp[...]

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"I Got Options" - The Power of Optionality in Enterprise Data Architectures

By | on 09, Jul 2019 |   consumption layer optionality storage and compute separation

  “I got, I got, I got, I got options” - Pitbull It’s the 1980s and computers are revolutionizing industries of all shapes and sizes.  A database company shows you the promise of relational database m[...]

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How Storage Compute Separation is Changing the Way Enterprises Interact with Their Data

By | on 04, Jun 2019 |   storage and compute separation

I’m sure you know the difference between storage and compute, and why the separation of these two layers is such a critical piece of an enterprise’s move to the cloud. Everyone here at Starburst Data [...]

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Your analysts don’t care where the data lives, neither should you

By | on 30, Apr 2019 |   optionality storage and compute separation

In today’s enterprise, data is arguably one of the most valuable assets. With advances in data analytics technology, enterprises can more easily convert enormous amounts of data into actionable busine[...]

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The Art of Abstraction: the continuing separation of compute and storage for data analytics

By | on 04, Dec 2018 |   storage and compute separation technical features

We recently invited 451 Research VP, Matt Aslett to share his thoughts and observations on the practice of separating the storage and computation of analytic data. That is fundamental to Presto, and a[...]

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True Separation of Storage and Compute

By | on 24, Apr 2018 |   storage and compute separation presto

For the last few years, the hot topic in any organization is the separation of storage and compute. With data volumes increasing on a daily basis as well as the types of data being stored, placing thi[...]

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