Cdata Amazon Athena ODBC Driver 20.0.7503

Cdata Amazon Athena ODBC Driver 20.0.7503
Cdata Amazon Athena ODBC Driver 20.0.7503


The Amazon Athena ODBC Driver is a powerful tool that allows you to connect with live data from Amazon Athena, directly from any applications that support ODBC connectivity.Access Amazon Athena interactive query services data like you would a database, through a standard ODBC Driver interface.

Features
Enables SQL-92 capabilities on Amazon Athena NoSQL data.
Flexible NoSQL flattening - automatic schema generation, flexible querying etc.
Connect to live Amazon Athena data, for real-time data access
Full support for data aggregation and complex JOINs in SQL queries
Seamless integration with leading BI, reporting, and ETL tools and with custom applications

Specifications
Supports 32-bit and 64-bit applications.
ODBC 3.8 compliant native protocol based drivers.
Comprehensive ANSI SQL-92 support.
Full Unicode Support - any language, any data.
Cross-platform ODBC. Available for Windows, Linux and macOS.

ODBC Driver Performance
With traditional approaches to remote access, performance bottlenecks can spell disaster for applications. Regardless if an application is created for internal use, a commercial project, web, or mobile application, slow performance can rapidly lead to project failure. Accessing data from any remote source has the potential to create these problems. Common issues include:

Network Connections - Slow network connections and latency issues are common in mobile applications.
Service Delays - Delays due to service interruptions, resulting in server hardware or software updates.
Large Data - Intentional or unintentional requests for large amounts of data.
Disconnects - Complete loss of network connectivity.
The CData ODBC Driver for Amazon Athena solves these issues by supporting powerful smart caching technology that can greatly improve the performance and dramatically reduce application bottlenecks.

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