Official repository of Trino, the distributed SQL query engine for big data, formerly known as PrestoSQL ( (by trinodb)


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trinodb/trino is an open source project licensed under Apache License 2.0 which is an OSI approved license.

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  • Why hasn't Presto become industry standard? | 2021-04-01
    * Active-active HA is not really necessary IMO as Trino is designed for low latency interactive queries in general. It can handle longer running batch queries but it gives up fault tolerance to fail fast and you just resubmit the query vs predecessors like Hive, Spark, etc... that handle ETL and long running batch processes efficiently but this adds complexity to the query to checkpoint the work. I could see the need for an active-passive HA to have on deck during a failure. Setting up your own active-passive HA is as simple as putting two coordinators behind a proxy and pointing your workers to the proxy address. Then you basically have the proxy run health checks and flip over in the event of an outage. Here's the issue to track native HA though
  • Speeding up SQL queries by orders of magnitude using UNION | 2021-03-20
  • How does AWS Athena manage to load 10GB/s from s3? I've managed 230 mb/s from a c6gn.16xlarge | 2021-03-16
    Checkout (formerly Presto) but is what Athena is based off of. Essentially parallelism allows for this so there’s many worker nodes all reading from S3. You can also run Presto on EMR which is sort of fun looking at the admin UI because it will show you how it breaks the query into parts and fans the work out to worker nodes. Pretty cool because if allowed to (from a resource management perspective), Presto will try to saturate the entire cluster CPU resources to compete the query as fast as possible.
  • Looking for paid contributors to open-source project | 2021-02-17
    To a purpose-built in-memory database based on Trino (