Piotr is a Software Engineer at Starburst and member of the company founding team. He contributes to Presto code base and is also active in the community. He has been involved in significant features like cost-based optimizer, spill to disk, correlated subqueries and plethora of smaller enhancements. Before Starburst, Piotr worked at Teradata and became top external Presto committer of the year. Prior to that, he was a Team Leader at Syncron (provider cloud services for supply chain management), responsible for product technical foundation and performance. Piotr holds M.S. in Computer Science (and B.Sc. in Mathematics) from University of Warsaw.
Presto has become the ubiquitous open source software for SQL on anything. Presto is heavily used by Facebook, Netflix, Airbnb, LinkedIn, Twitter, Uber, and many others for low-latency querying large amounts of data, wherever it resides (Hadoop, AWS S3, Cassandra, Postgres, etc). Presto was engineered from the ground up for fast interactive SQL analytics against disparate data sources ranging in size from GBs to PBs.
Join Wojciech Biela for this full-day workshop to learn about Presto’s concepts, architecture and explore its many use cases and best practices you can implement today. Learn how to setup and use Presto through various hands-on exercises (those who don’t want to participate in the exercises can follow along).
Roles: data engineers, data architects, software engineers, and those in IT
A basic understanding of SQL, databases, Hadoop, and distributed systems.
Basic command line (Bash) skills.
Materials or downloads needed in advance
A laptop with a browser.
Rough outline of the training, including slides and labs (hands-on exercises):