This repository hosts samples that demonstrate how to use Trill.
What is Trill
Trill is a high-performance one-pass in-memory streaming analytics engine from Microsoft Research. It can handle both real-time and offline data, and is based on a temporal data and query model. Trill can be used as a streaming engine, a lightweight in-memory relational engine, and as a progressive query processor (for early query results on partial data). Trill is available publicly, via NuGet.
The samples right here are a great way to start, they will download the Trill binaries for you via NuGet.
- The Trill repo
- The Trill paper appeared at VLDB.
- A Data Engineering Bulletin article on Trill.
- The Trill technical report.
- The Trill project website website.
- Trill API documentation can be browsed here.
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