Did you know that the 23rd of May is world turtle day?! We think that is turtle-y awesome, and it’s a perfect excuse to celebrate our latest long term support (LTS) release! With the new Starburst Enterprise 380-e LTS, we are shipping the latest and greatest features for our customers, who also want the availability of security and correctness backports for the next year. It is upgrade time, and there are many good reasons to get onto 380-e.0.
Hey all, another release batch for our long-term support (LTS) versions of Starburst Enterprise is now available.
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.
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.
Welcome back folks - checkout the latest batch of backport releases for our long-term support (LTS) versions of Starburst Enterprise.
This blog was co-authored by Sumit Sarkar, Sr. Director, Product Marketing at Immuta.
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