Many other clients are available and can be connected and used for SQL queries, charts and other visualizations, dashboards and other use cases.
You can view the connection details for a specific cluster by selecting Connection info in the list of clusters.
All connection information is displayed by default. Use the Select client menu to view connection information for a specific client:
The dialog displays the user, host, and port information that you need for most client connections.
The user string concatenates the username, provided as email address, and the current role used by the logged in user.
/between the username and role value to be URL encoded with
%2F. A username in the form
firstname.lastname@example.org/accountadminmust be entered as
The host is specific for each cluster and includes the account name and cluster name.
The port is 443, as used by default for TLS connections. The certificate used by Starburst Galaxy to secure the connection with TLS is a globally trusted certificate.
Select Trino JDBC as the client to view information for JDBC connections:
Select Starburst ODBC as the client to view information for ODBC connections:
You may need your username when using ODBC connections.
Tableau and the ODBC driver allow you to download a connection file to simplify the connection process:
See each client’s documentation, such as Tableau, to learn how to use these connection files.
List of clients #
Use this information to connect to your cluster in Starburst Galaxy with the following supported and tested clients:
- Apache Superset
- Microsoft Power BI
- Trino CLI
- Zing data
Other clients are not explicitly tested, but are expected to work as well.
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