DataGrip currently does not include Presto support by default, but the Presto JDBC driver is a free download.
Copy the jar file you just downloaded into your DataGrip installation. The location of this directory varies by OS.
on Mac: $HOME/Library/Preferences/DataGrip2019.2/jdbc-drivers on Linux: $HOME/.DataGrip2019.2/config/jdbc-drivers on Windows: C:\Users\%USER%\.DataGrip2019.2\config\jdbc-drivers
From the DataGrip UI, create a new driver referencing the Presto JDBC jar file.
Now create a datasource using the Presto driver you just created. On the "General" tab, enter the connection information for your Resurface database. Click the "Test Connection" button and you should see successful results.
Now switch to the "Schemas" tab, open the "resurface" database, and select the "public/http" schema.
Now switch to the "Advanced" tab, and configure the driver to require SSL.
You can now explore tables & columns in the "public/http" schema, and open a console to run SQL queries against your Resurface database.