Live workshop

Starburst 101: Build data products from your optimized data lake

April 24 | 11:00am - 12:30pm ET

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About the workshop:

Are you intrigued by the concept of data products but looking for some hands on experience? Are you looking to turn the data in your data lake into secure, curated datasets ready to deliver insights downstream?

On April 24, join us for our hands-on Starburst 101 workshop, where Starburst’s instructors will guide you through the fundamentals of how Starburst works and how it can help you and your team achieve your goals. This 90-minute session will first cover an introduction to Starburst and Trino, then transition to a live lab where you will implement the principles and build  federated data pipelines that produce secure data products. In this hands-on & instructor-led lab, you’ll use Starburst Galaxy, the easiest and fastest way to run Trino, to build a SQL data pipeline on your data lake and create curated data products ready to be distributed to downstream consumers.

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The lab will cover:

  • Discovering data hidden away in your data lake
  • Transforming your data and build a SQL data pipeline
  • Querying your data from your data lake and cloud data warehouse 
  • Creating, governing, and securing your data products with role-based access control

 

Experience a full end-to-end SQL data pipeline from data discovery, data transformations, the creation of data products, and implementing the security and governance required to publish those data products.

    Speakers

    Monica Miller

    Developer Advocate

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    Starburst Galaxy

    Up to $500 in usage credits included

    • Query your data lake fast with Starburst's best-in-class MPP SQL query engine
    • Get up and running in less than 5 minutes
    • Easily deploy clusters in AWS, Azure and Google Cloud
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