PrestoCon Day 2024: Optimizing Data Analytics at Etisalat Egypt with Presto 

This is our first blog in our PrestoCon Day 2024 recap series! At PrestoCon Day we had Mohamed Taha, Senior Data Engineer at Etisalat Egypt, present his team’s journey in optimizing data analytics using Presto. In this blog we’ll attempt to highlight the key points and take-away’s from Mohamed’s talk (which was awesome!)   Quick…

Scaling Presto for Data Analytics – Insights from Meta, Uber, and Intuit

At PrestoCon Day 2023, we had a fantastic panel discussion with speakers from Meta, Uber, and Intuit. Each shared their experiences and use cases of scaling Presto in their respective companies. Let’s take a look at the key points discussed by each panelist, including use cases, key metrics, and future plans for Presto. Sign up…

Migrating to Presto – How Bolt Built a Data Platform Architecture for Scalability and Cost Efficiency

At PrestoCon Day we heard from Bolt, a ride sharing app with 100 million users across 45 countries in Eastern Europe, who shared why they chose Presto to underpin their data architecture platform. By leveraging Presto’s capabilities, Bolt was able to address scalability limits, cost efficiency, and workload management challenges. In this blog we’ll recap…

Harnessing Presto – A Deep Dive into Adobe Advertising’s Three Use Cases

At PrestoCon Day 2023, we had a team from Adobe showcasing three different Presto-based use cases. As part of Adobe Advertising, Rajmani Arya, Varun Senthilnathan and Manoj Kumar Dhakad detailed the Adobe Data Processing platform (ADP) and three use cases for Presto: scheduled pipelines, ad-hoc query, and custom reporting. Let’s dive into what they covered….

Recapping PrestoCon Day 2023 – Presto for the Data Lakehouse, Presto at scale

Just a few weeks ago we hosted PrestoCon Day, our annual virtual community conference. Thank you to everyone who attended – it was an awesome day! We had a fantastic agenda with many Presto users sharing why they chose Presto and how they’re using it to power some pretty sizable workloads. Sign up for the…

Customer-Facing Presto at Rippling – Andy Li, Rippling

Last month we hosted PrestoCon, a return to in-person events that showcased the community development of Presto. In this blog we’ll detail Rippling’s presentation on their Presto use case, including their architecture, key optimizations, and hard earned lessons. You can also check out their full presentation here. Background Rippling is a popular HR and payroll…

Presto on AWS at Twilio – Lesson Learned and Optimization

Earlier this month we hosted PrestoCon, a fantastic in-person event that showcased the innovation around the Presto project. In this blog we’ll detail Twilio’s presentation on their Presto use case, including their architecture, key optimizations, and lessons learned. You can also check out their full presentation here. In their session, Twilio engineers Aakash Pradeep and…

Building a high-performance platform on AWS to support real-time gaming services using Presto and Alluxio

Electronic Arts (EA) is a leading company in the gaming industry, providing dozens of games to serve billions of users worldwide each year. Making near real-time decisions for EA’s online services is critical for our business. This blog describes a data platform on AWS based on Presto and Alluxio to support online services with instantaneous…

Data Lake Analytics: Alibaba’s Federated Cloud Strategy

Presto is known to be a high-performance, distributed SQL query engine for Big Data. It offers large-scale data analytics with multiple connectors for accessing various data sources. This capability enables the Presto users to further extend some features to build a large-scale data federation service on cloud. Alibaba Data Lake Analytics embraces Presto’s federated query…

Engineering SQL Support on Apache Pinot at Uber

The article, Engineering SQL Support on Apache Pinot at Uber, was originally published by Uber on the Uber Engineering Blog on January 15, 2020. Check out eng.uber.com for more articles about Uber’s engineering work and follow Uber Engineering at @UberEng and Uber Open Source at @UberOpenSouce on Twitter for updates from our teams. Uber leverages…