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Reddit is an online platform that enables users to submit links, create content, and have discussions about the topics of their interest.
Databricks SQL allows users to operate a multi-cloud lakehouse architecture that provides data warehousing performance at data lake economics. Databricks SQL is based on Databricks' Delta Lake, an open source solution for building, managing and processing data using Lakehouse architecture. Benefits for users include: SQL-native interface, ability to create visualizations and share dashboards, data lake administration, reliability and governance for data lakes, and multi-cloud support.
Rivery's SaaS platform provides a unified solution for ingestion, transformation, orchestration, and data operations.
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