Operationalize your data with Explore
Turnkey data exploration for partners—internal and external
Stop storing your data. Share it.
Explore is a lightweight, easy-to-deploy, data exploration tool that supports Druid’s low-latency queries on massive real-time data sets. Designed for subject matter experts and business users, ad hoc data explorations are point-and-click—no SQL needed.
Operational data begins depreciating immediately. Capture the full value of your data stack by providing your partners with tools to analyze real-time events and streams.
A decade of features
Acquired from Snap and improved by Rill, Explore has everything you expect from a mature visualization solution
Interactive filter and comparison capabilities
Sharable scheduled reports and smart alerts, configured for maximum actionability
Quick clever bookmarking for saving the most valuable views
Flexible self-serve API with query builders for Python, Java, R, Ruby, and curl
Secure enterprise SSO and security policies
Explore strikes a balance between providing the flexibility required to do ad hoc analysis, while prioritizing an intuitive easy-to-use interface that makes embedded reporting solutions trivial to deploy.
Realize the power of Druid immediately
Enjoy the benefits of Apache Druid’s speed and flexibility “out of the box” without having to build or refactor anything.
Trusted by our customers’ customers
Build trust and engage internal and external partners by embedding Explore in your existing analytics products.
Real-time data for all
Vungle uses Explore to empower dozens of sales teams across the globe with real-time analytics. Account managers execute thousands of analyses daily that deepen partnerships and drive greater revenue per account—with limited training required.
We're crazy about Druid so you don't have to be.
Explore is built to expose the best parts of Apache Druid, making it easier than ever to leverage Rill’s Druid-as-a-Service offering. For a demo of Explore, or guidance on the only truly elastic fully-managed cloud service for Apache Druid, just ask.