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New release of the dbt-trino adapter

09 May 2022 | Barton Wright , Przemek Denkiewicz , Michiel De Smet , Manfred Moser

dbt labs released version 1.1 of the dbt-core project in late April, 2022. This did not catch the maintainers of the dbt-trino project by surprise. We have been hard at work adding features and fixing bugs, and are proud to announce version 1.1 of the dbt-trino adapter.

Batch processing, Iceberg, and Delta Lake for Starburst Galaxy

04 May 2022 | Barton Wright , Manfred Moser

Starting in the first week of May, Starburst Galaxy includes two exciting new features:

These features greatly expand the supported use cases for Starburst Galaxy, and bring new performance benefits to everyone.

Starburst Enterprise 379-e STS

04 May 2022 | Joe Lodin , Matt Fuller

Starburst Enterprise platform (SEP) 379-e STS has been released, a rapid follow-up to our 378-e release.

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Starburst Enterprise 378-e STS

02 May 2022 | Rose Williams , Matt Fuller

Starburst Enterprise platform (SEP) 378-e STS has been released, a rapid follow-up to our 376-e release.

April 2022 Starburst Enterprise LTS backport releases

25 Apr 2022 | Rose Williams , Manfred Moser

Welcome back folks - checkout the latest batch of backport releases for our long-term support (LTS) versions of Starburst Enterprise.

Starburst Enterprise 376-e STS

21 Apr 2022 | Joe Lodin , Matt Fuller

Starburst Enterprise platform (SEP) 376-e STS has been released, a rapid follow-up to our 375-e release.

New AWS Marketplace offering for EKS users

08 Apr 2022 | Jessie Twitty-Shuler , Kevin Haley

AWS Marketplace

What a great day it is for our AWS Marketplace users! Building on the success of our CFT-based marketplace offering and the superior deployment platform EKS, we bring you the brand new AWS Marketplace EKS offering.

Starburst Enterprise 375-e STS

06 Apr 2022 | Annie Elliott , Matt Fuller

Starburst Enterprise platform (SEP) 375-e STS has been released, a rapid follow-up to our 374-e release.

Starburst Admin 1.3.1 release

05 Apr 2022 | Kevin Haley , Frank Kuligowski , Annie Elliott

We are delighted to announce the release of Starburst Admin 1.3.1, a follow-on to release 1.3.0. In this post, we cover what’s new since 1.3.0.

Starburst Enterprise 374-e STS

29 Mar 2022 | Annie Elliott , Matt Fuller

Starburst Enterprise platform (SEP) 374-e STS has been released, a rapid follow-up to our 373-e release.

Simplifying policy enforcement for your data mesh with Starburst Enterprise and Immuta

23 Mar 2022 | Alex Breshears , Manfred Moser

This blog was co-authored by Sumit Sarkar, Sr. Director, Product Marketing at Immuta.

In today’s global economy, it’s impossible to understate the importance of being able to access data efficiently and securely, regardless of where it resides. As external data sharing becomes increasingly common, data use agreements and regulatory requirements, including data localization laws, make it difficult for data platform teams to keep up and manage a compliant system.

Support for SQL Server added to Starburst Galaxy

22 Mar 2022 | Bob van Leeuwen , Barton Wright

SQL Server

We are delighted to announce that Microsoft SQL Server joins the list of data sources supported by Starburst Galaxy.

March 2022 Starburst Enterprise LTS backport releases

18 Mar 2022 | Jessie Twitty-Shuler , Manfred Moser

Heads up everyone - another release batch for our long-term support (LTS) versions of Starburst Enterprise is available.

Starburst Enterprise 373-e STS

17 Mar 2022 | Annie Elliott , Matt Fuller

Starburst Enterprise platform (SEP) 373-e STS has been released. What a rapid follow up to 372-e just last week.

Starburst donates the Delta Lake connector to Trino

15 Mar 2022 | Claudius Li , Manfred Moser , Kostas Pardalis , Matt Fuller

Delta Lake

Starburst was founded around the Trino open source project. Many contributors and maintainers of the project are part of our teams. Our products, Starburst Enterprise platform (SEP) and Starburst Galaxy, both use Trino as their beating heart and essential engine. And in the same way, Trino is at the heart of our efforts to improve our products. Delta Lake support is the latest example.


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