Starburst Enterprise platform (SEP) 385-e STS has been released as the follow up release to 382-e STS release.

The release is based on Trino 385, which includes the following noteworthy changes:

  • New json_array and json_object functions.
  • Support for time travel syntax in the Iceberg connector.
  • Support for timestamp(p) type in MariaDB connector.
  • Performance improvements in Iceberg connector.

It also includes the changes from Trino 384 and Trino 383:

  • Support for new pass-through query table function for Druid, MariaDB, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, Redshift, SingleStore, and SQL Server.
  • New json_exists, json_query, and json_value functions.
  • Support for table comments in Delta Lake.
  • Support IAM roles for exchange spooling on S3.
  • Improved performance for aggregation queries.

The 383-e STS and 384-e STS releases were skipped.

The highlight of the 385-e release is the Immuta access control support. Immuta access control has been elevated from public preview to general availability, and is now ready for production.

For more information, head over to the release notes for 385-e.

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