Google Cloud #
Starburst Enterprise platform (SEP) can be used with many components of Google Cloud. You can deploy there, access data sources in Google Cloud and use some of the other features of Google Cloud.
Find all the relevant information for using SEP and Google Cloud in the following sections and guides.
You can install SEP on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), Google Cloud Compute Engine, or through the Google Cloud Marketplace, once you have established your enterprise account.
To get started Starburst offers a trial license and help with your proof of concept.
Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) #
GKE is a fully supported deployment service for SEP with more information available in the dedicated documentation.
Google Cloud Compute Engine #
As an alternative to using GKE, you can use virtual machines in Google Cloud Compute Engine for your Starburst cluster, managing an RPM or tarball-based installation with Starburst Admin.
Google Cloud Marketplace #
SEP is certified on Google Cloud and is available straight from the Cloud Console, letting you deploy SEP now, and scale later as your data needs grow.
You are currently viewing the Google Cloud section of our user guides. In the left-hand navigation are guides for Google Cloud-specific topics. We also have user guides tailored toward the different types of Starburst users: data consumers, data engineers, and platform administrators.
Our comprehensive reference documentation is available for all supported releases.
No matter where you deploy from, Starburst Support has your back.
Enterprise accounts #
Starburst enterprise customers enjoy:
- Dedicated resources for your organization
- 24/7 expert support
- Rapid-response SLAs
- Access to knowledge base articles and an intuitive support portal
Google Cloud Marketplace customers #
Starburst offers the following support for our marketplace subscribers without an enterprise contract:
- Email-only support
- Five email issues to email@example.com per month
- First response SLA of one business day
- Support hours of 9 AM - 6 PM US Eastern Time
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