ZDNet: Dremio releases Data Lake Engines for AWS and Azure

September 17, 2019

In this great article by ZDNet, Andrew Brust covers the release of Dremio’s Data Lake Engine for sources such as Azure and S3.

We liked this bit:

“Since Dremio itself is deployed on a cluster of cloud virtual machines (VMs) and since VM instance types that use high-speed Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) solid state drive (SSD) technology are plentiful, Dremio’s Data Lake Engine caches data from the cloud storage-based lake into those much faster SSDs for better performance. Dremio’s name for this technology is “C3” (the Columnar Cloud Cache).”

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