Presto Community on the Move
Open Source Presto Releases & Features
Partition schema evolution support is crucial when users introduce new columns in the middle of the table, otherwise attempting to access one of the partitions with the older schema results in an error. This now works with Hudi tables. Shout out to imjalpreet for the contribution
Add ORC support for iceberg connector (0.258)
Iceberg data files can be stored in either Parquet or ORC format. Iceberg connector can now be used to query the data stored in ORC format in addition to Parquet format. Shout out to junyi1313 for the contribution.
Resource groups place limits on resource usage, and can now enforce queueing policies on queries. Users can specify query limits in terms of cpu time, total memory and execution time at the resource group level. Great contribution from kyleCampbel1!
Open Source Presto – 2021 Second Half Technical Community Roadmap
Presto is hosted under Presto Foundation and we are super excited to be driving the Presto Roadmap with members like Facebook, Uber, Twitter, Bytedance (TikTok), Intel and others, and we’d love your feedback. Roadmap available here!
Presto Tutorials 📑
Community Roundtable: Open Data Lakes with the PHAS3 stack – Presto, Apache Hudi & AWS Glue and S3 🗣
We hosted a fantastic community roundtable with speakers from the Apache Hudi project, AWS, and Ahana for Presto discussed the PHAS3 stack – Presto + Apache Hudi + AWS Glue and S3. If you were not able to join us, you can now watch the on-demand recording.
The Latest Ahana News 👇
Virtual Lab 🔬
On September 23rd, Ahana will be hosting a free 90 minute hands-on lab. Join us and learn how to query and your AWS S3-based data lake using Presto. You’ll get up and running with Ahana Cloud for Presto!
Upcoming Webinar Series 🥳
We’re covering everything from the data warehouse and data lake to getting started with Presto. Register using the links below 👇
Ahana Cloud Feature Spotlight: Autoscaling 🤩
Autoscaling is now available for managing your Presto clusters. This initial release supports auto scaling out based on CPU utilization. But what our users like best is the better cost management with scaling-in of idling clusters. Read more about it here and give it a test drive.