At the beginning of this month, new Presto Software Foundation (PSF) was launched. This foundation was created for ensuring the openness of Presto as open source software.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Presto Software Foundation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of the Presto open source distributed SQL engine. We'll be announcing soon about the first community meeting.https://t.co/QnOldnXlT5— Presto (@prestosql) January 31, 2019
Since the source code was forked from the original repository prestodb/prestodb to prestosql/presto, we may need to choose either of them. Even just after the fork, there are already several packages released in the new PSF community. The latest version is 302.
The easiest way to use these images are docker-compose. Please take a look into the previous post for more detail.
This is the example of
version: '3' services: coordinator: build: context: ./presto-coordinator args: node_id: coordinator ports: - "8080:8080" container_name: "coordinator" worker0: build: context: ./presto-worker args: node_id: worker0 container_name: "worker0" ports: - "8081:8081" worker1: build: context: ./presto-worker args: node_id: worker1 container_name: "worker1" ports: - "8082:8081"
Of course, you may want to submit queries to the cluster. I hope this article would be helpful for that purpose. This describes how to use client tool to run queries in Presto cluster running by docker-compose.
Please let me know anytime if you find anything wrong with the framework. Thanks!Written on February 7th, 2019 by Kai Sasaki