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Trino Community Broadcast

8: Trino: A ludicrously fast query engine: past, present, and future

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Video sections

  • Martin Traverso Introduction: Link
  • Dain Sundstrom Introduction: Link
  • David Phillips Introduction: Link
  • Eric Hwang Introduction: Link
  • Past: Presto name, Facebook projects, and open source: Link
  • Past: Where did the name Trino come from?: Link
  • Past: Why Martin, Dain, and David left Facebook and created a Presto fork: Link
  • Past: Why did you choose to continue using Presto instead of rebranding?: Link
  • Past: How did the contending Presto drive us to rebrand as Trino?: Link
  • Present: Did you know this project would span decades and when did you know?: Link
  • Present: What tricks did you use to rename an entire project in the span of a week?: Link
  • Present: The top-level project nesting changes: Link
  • Present: Where did the bunny come from?: Link
  • Future: How do you move to Trino and how to handle breaking changes?: Link
  • Future: How to explain that you are using Trino and not Presto to your boss.: Link
  • 2021 Trino Roadmap: Link

Show notes

Trino nation, We want to hear from you! If you have a question or pull request that you would like us to feature on the show please join the Trino slack and go to the #trino-community-broadcast channel and let us know there. Otherwise, you can message Manfred Moser or Brian Olsen directly. Also, feel free to reach out to us on our Twitter channels Brian @bitsondatadev and Manfred @simpligility.

In this episode…

Well, we’re back, and no longer waving the Presto® flag like we did before. If you haven’t heard, Presto® SQL is now Trino ( Read more about that here). In this episode, we sit down with the four original creators of Presto® and discuss the journey in more detail of what led us to our current trajectory with the Presto® SQL project and why that is now being renamed to Trino. We also discuss how this affects those that are using Trino. If you are developing on Trino and have the old namespace check out the guide to migrate here.

We also discuss the differences between the two projects. It is actually a lot after two years since the split, and we recommend looking at the blog we wrote at the end of 2019 and keep your eyes peeled for the blog we are writing to summarize the changes in 2020!

Finally, we cover some sneak peeks at the roadmap for Trino in 2021.

If you want to show us some 💕, please give us a ⭐ on Github.

Blogs

Upcoming events

Latest training from David, Dain, and Martin(Now with timestamps!):

Presto® Summit Series - Real world usage

Podcasts:

If you want to learn more about Trino, check out the definitive guide from OReilly. You can download the free PDF or buy the book online.

Music for the show is from the Megaman 6 Game Play album by Krzysztof Słowikowski.