We are using Superset to display data quality metrics via Presto. Since Presto will be kerberized, like Hive, we'll need to kerberize superset to allow Presto queries.
Pyhive is the pypi package used by Superset to query Hive and Presto, and luckily version 0.6.2 contains the fix to allow kerberos with Presto. On the other side, the last Pypi release seems to be 0.6.1, afterwards the project has been dead. For example, see https://github.com/dropbox/PyHive/issues/288
There is https://pypi.org/project/HerePyHive that looks like a fork of the project, but all the links go back to Dropbox's Pyhive so it is probably a one-off build. This seems to be a problem in the long term for our usage of Superset with Presto..