Try Starburst Enterprise#
For evaluation purposes, we suggest that you start by using Starburst Galaxy, our hosted, managed solution. Starburst Galaxy includes our most-used connectors, including object storage, as well as features such as data products, built-in access control, and a powerful UI — all without having to configure and manage a cluster.
To start a free trial of Starburst Galaxy, sign up here.
Both Starburst Galaxy and Starburst Enterprise platform (SEP) are based on Trino. If, after a trial with Galaxy you feel you need a more highly-customizable solution than hosted, managed Starburst Galaxy, your sales representative can help you get started with Starburst Enterprise.
SEP deployment options#
Moving on from a hosted, managed Starburst Galaxy trial? SEP supports several advanced deployment and cluster management options:
We recommend deploying SEP using containers and Kubernetes with our exclusive Helm charts on these popular cloud platforms.
Our Helm charts require a license. Other SEP features that require a license include:
Enhanced and exclusive connectors
Starburst Warp Speed high performance indexing and caching
Starburst Stargate multi-cluster connectivity
For any deployment option, RHEL Linux is the required operating system.
Container-based deployment on Kubernetes#
You can manage Starburst Enterprise and a number of other components, such as the Hive metastore service or Apache Ranger, with the available Kubernetes support.
You can use the Kubernetes support for development, staging and production clusters.
Bare metal and virtual machine deployment#
To use bare metal hardware or virtual machines, deploy and manage SEP clusters with Starburst Admin Use your own data center or cloud provider to provide and manage these clusters.
You can use Starburst Admin for trial, development, and production clusters.
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