Apache Presto Tutorial

Discuss Apache Presto

Discuss Apache Presto Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   JApache Presto is an open source distributed SQL engine. Presto originated at Facebook for data analytics needs and later was open sourced. Now, Teradata joins Presto community and offers support. Apache Presto is very useful for performing queries even petabytes of data. Extensible architecture and storage…

Apache Presto – Quick Guide

Apache Presto – Quick Guide Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Apache Presto – Overview Data analytics is the process of analyzing raw data to gather relevant information for better decision making. It is primarily used in many organizations to make business decisions. Well, big data analytics involves a large amount of data and this…

Apache Presto – Useful Resources

Apache Presto – Useful Resources Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   The following resources contain additional information on Apache Presto. Please use them to get more in-depth knowledge on this. Useful Links on Apache Presto Apache Presto Wiki − Wikipedia Reference for Apache Presto. Useful Books on Apache Presto To enlist your site on this…

Apache Presto – KAFKA Connector

Apache Presto – KAFKA Connector Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   The Kafka Connector for Presto allows to access data from Apache Kafka using Presto. Prerequisites Download and install the latest version of the following Apache projects. Apache ZooKeeper Apache Kafka Start ZooKeeper Start ZooKeeper server using the following command. $ bin/zookeeper-server-start.sh config/zookeeper.properties Now, ZooKeeper…

Apache Presto – JDBC Interface

Apache Presto – JDBC Interface Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Presto’s JDBC interface is used to access Java application. Prerequisites Install presto-jdbc-0.150.jar You can download the JDBC jar file by visiting the following link, https://repo1.maven.org/maven2/com/facebook/presto/presto-jdbc/0.150/ After the jar file has been downloaded, add it to the class path of your Java application. Create a…