Dremio is a business software company, headquartered in Mountain View, California. It produces and maintains an open source "self-service data platform" that uses Apache Arrow, Apache Calcite, and Apache Parquet, along with other open-source technologies, to allow accelerated querying of many different types of data sources.
Dremio was founded in 2015 by Tomer Shiran and Jacques Nadeau, creator and PMC Chair of Apache Arrow. Shiran and Nadeau had previously worked together at big data company MapR. Dremio launched its project publicly in July 2017.
The company has raised $40m from Norwest Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, and Lightspeed Ventures, including a $25m Series B round in January 2018.
Dremio integrates natively with relational database management systems, Apache Hadoop, MongoDB, Amazon S3, ElasticSearch, and other sources – using standard SQL syntax and a graphical query builder.
Business intelligence tools, such as Tableau Software, can then connect to Dremio as if it were the primary data source, while Dremio manages query execution in native systems as well as accelerating queries using its own Apache Arrow-based engine. To accelerate queries, Dremio makes heavy use of physically optimized representations of source data, which the company calls "data reflections". The software is open source, and the Community Edition can be used for free.
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