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Published : Sep 27, 2023
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Sep 2023
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Trino, previously known as PrestoSQL, is an open-source, distributed SQL query engine designed for interactive analytic queries over big data. It is optimized to run both on-premise and in the cloud. It supports querying data where it lives, including Hive, Cassandra, relational databases and even proprietary data stores. For authentication mechanisms, it supports password-based authentication, LDAP and OAuth. For authorization and access control, Trino provides the ability to grant access at the catalog, schema and table levels. Our teams used resource groups spliced according to consumption patterns like visualization, reporting or machine learning use cases to manage and limit resource usage. The JMX-based monitoring provides a rich set of metrics to enable cost attribution at query or user level. Our teams use Trino as a gateway for data access across a variety of sources. When it comes to querying extremely large-scale data, Trino is a safe bet for our teams. Presto, the Facebook project from which Trino originates, was first featured in the Radar in November 2015.

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