We love data engineers at Starburst. They are our people, even when their Starburst Data equivalents try to trick Marketing into pronouncing the data format ORC as if it were a species of monster in the service of Sauron. Data engineers are the reason this company is successful, so it’s only natural that our upcoming virtual conference, Datanova, features a special technical track.
No buzz words about digital transformation or other analyst-created terms here. This is a pure technical deep dive into the world’s fastest distributed query engine. We hosted a similar training session earlier this year, and it was an enormous success. The leaders of the sessions will be the co-creators of Trino (formerly known as PrestoSQL):
- Martin Traverso
- Dain Sundstrom
- David Phillips
No one knows the ins and outs of Trino better than these three, and we’ve seen how their deep involvement in Starburst Enterprise has been hugely popular with our customer base, so we can’t wait to watch them get in depth about the open sourc
e program. In addition to this technical track, the conference is going to have something for everyone in enterprise data. Data leaders will learn how other companies are optimizing their data strategies in a post-COVID world. Data architects will learn about the value of building optionality into their data architecture and finally breaking free from the gravity of traditional warehouses. Data engineers will have a chance to hear from contemporaries who’ve moved beyond ETL and found a way to give teams access to data where it lives, and data scientists and analysts will share how they’re unlocking access to data stored in different places using SQL, the language they know and trust.
Get ready to analyze the unknown and register today.