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One busy week to go before Trino Fest 2024

This week has surely started off with a big bang and another boom in the data platform world. Snowflake introduced the open source Polaris catalog as implementation of the Iceberg REST catalog specification. And Databricks, the main driver of the Delta Lake table format, announced their acquisition of Tabular, a main driver in the Apache Iceberg community.

Interestingly enough, Trino is in the middle of all this with great support for Delta Lake, Hudi, Iceberg, and also the Iceberg REST catalog. And if all that interoperability with Trino is not enough reason to join us next week at Trino Fest 2024, I have some more ideas for you to consider.

Reasons to attend Trino Fest

Trino Fest is happening next week on the 13th of June, and following are all the reasons I can think of why you should tune in.

  • The event is free for all attendees. It is available as an in-person event in Boston and for virtual attendance across the rest of the world.
  • You can learn about real world experience with Trino, Delta Lake, Iceberg, Hudi, and many other data sources, clients, and add-ons.
  • Many Trino friends, users, and contributors from around the world and companies like Amazon, Apple, Bloomberg,, Dune, LanceDB, Microsoft, Onehouse and Starburst are going to attend and present.
  • Monica Miller and Manfred Moser will guide you through the event with the help of the awesome Starburst Trino events team.
  • In-person attendees might just meet our mascot, Commander Bun Bun.
  • On the following day, the Trino Contributor Congregation will dive super deep into technical details and collaborative efforts.

Convinced yet, or still wondering. In either case, go and have a look at the detailed agenda and then register to attend.

And last, but not least thank you to our sponsors for making this event happen…