Presto is a free, open-source SQL query engine that can run fast analytics on data of any size and source. [^3^] [^4^] It is widely used by companies like Facebook, Netflix, Amazon and more for their big data needs. [^2^] [^5^]
However, Presto requires a lot of configuration and setup to run on your own cluster or cloud service. If you want to try out Presto without the hassle, you might be interested in downloading Presto 12 with Crackl. Crackl is a tool that allows you to install and run Presto on your local machine with just a few clicks. [^1^]
In this article, we will show you how to download Presto 12 with Crackl and start querying your data in minutes.
Step 1: Download Presto 12 with Crackl
The first step is to download Presto 12 with Crackl from the link below. This is a zip file that contains the Presto server, the Crackl launcher and some sample data sources. [^1^]
Download Presto 12 with Crackl
Step 2: Extract the zip file
The next step is to extract the zip file to a folder of your choice. You can use any tool that can handle zip files, such as WinZip, WinRAR or 7-Zip. Once you extract the zip file, you should see a folder named "presto-12-crackl" that contains the following files and folders:
bin: This folder contains the Crackl launcher and some scripts to start and stop Presto.
etc: This folder contains the configuration files for Presto and the data sources.
lib: This folder contains the Presto server jar files and dependencies.
plugin: This folder contains the Presto connectors for various data sources.
data: This folder contains some sample data files in CSV format.
README.txt: This file contains some instructions and tips on how to use Presto with Crackl.
Step 3: Run Crackl
The final step is to run Crackl and launch Presto. To do this, you need to open a command prompt or terminal window and navigate to the "bin" folder inside the "presto-12-crackl" folder. Then, you need to run the following command:
This will start Presto on your local machine and open a web browser with the Presto UI. You should see something like this:
From here, you can start querying your data using SQL. You can also explore the available data sources, catalogs, schemas and tables using the left sidebar. By default, Crackl comes with three data sources: tpch (a synthetic benchmark dataset), hive (a Hadoop data warehouse) and localfile (a connector that reads CSV files from your local disk). You can also add more data sources by editing the configuration files in the "etc" folder.
In this article, we showed you how to download Presto 12 with Crackl and start querying your data in minutes. We hope you found this useful and enjoy using Presto for your big data analytics. If you have any questions or feedback, please leave a comment below or contact us at email@example.com. [^1^] 061ffe29dd