|Initial release||November 30, 2016|
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The release of the Athena product can be seen as filling a gap in the AWS cloud offering, especially in relation to Google BigQuery which was released in 2011. While BigQuery and Athena leverage different underlying technologies (Dremel and Presto), they are positioned in a similar capacity as serverless analytic services. It was not until the release of Athena that AWS had a comparable product offering to Google.
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