- Dremio Cloud enables organizations of any size to leverage a no-copy open data architecture that eliminates the need to copy data into expensive and proprietary data warehouses
- Dremio Cloud enables high performance SQL workloads directly on cloud storage, eliminating the cost and complexity of copying and moving data
Dremio, the SQL lakehouse company has announced its cloud-native SQL-based data lakehouse service, Dremio Cloud. It said that the product is purpose-built for the cloud, Dremio Cloud makes cloud data lakes 10 times easier, while delivering infinite scale and industry-leading security. Dremio Cloud enables organizations of any size to leverage a no-copy open data architecture that eliminates the need to copy data into expensive and proprietary data warehouses.
Dremio Cloud reimagines the traditional data lake by combining the best of traditional data warehouses and data lakes into a SQL lakehouse, while removing the limitations of traditional data warehouses resulting from closed data architectures. Dremio Cloud enables high performance SQL workloads directly on cloud storage, eliminating the cost and complexity of copying and moving data.
It added, “While most data lake engines take weeks or months to get into production, a user can be up and running with Dremio Cloud in five minutes. The automatic onboarding option establishes the necessary connection to the user’s AWS account, allowing data consumers to connect via their favorite tools and start querying data instantly. Dremio Cloud users have no software to install, configure or upgrade, and no infrastructure to size, manage, and monitor.”
It includes Dremio’s patent-pending query acceleration technologies (C3 and data reflections), a semantic layer, and native single-sign-on (OAuth 2.0) connectors in Tableau and Power BI. Companies can run production BI workloads directly on their cloud data lake and data scientists can benefit from high-throughput access to result sets via Apache Arrow.
“We built Dremio to automatically handle any scale with consistent query performance so companies could achieve data democratization while only paying for what they truly need,” said Tomer Shiran, Dremio’s Founder and Chief Product Officer. “This type of cost-effective and highly performant scaling was a central design tenet of Dremio. We wanted to be sure data teams could achieve superior price-performance and trust the cost transparency of our platform.”
Dremio was purpose-built to provide the industry’s high levels of security with multiple layers of protection, and is launching its cloud service with Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 compliance. Data is encrypted both at rest and on the wire, with state-of-the-art key management that facilitates secure communication between the clients, control plane, and data plane. Advanced role-based access control (RBAC) allows companies to define privileges on every dataset and object in the system. In addition, companies that use enterprise or social identity providers (e.g., Okta) can leverage their existing user and group definitions in Dremio.