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Getting Started with Presto

Introduction

This repository contains the files used to present the F8 2019 classroom demo: Getting Started with Presto: Run SQL at any Scale. They will setup a Presto cluster with MySQL and MongoDB instances that you can query from Presto.

Requirements

The demo was develop on Mac OS X.

Quick Start

To start the Presto cluster and its dependencies:

docker-compose up

Then open the Jupyter Notebook at localhost:8888.

The Jupyter Notebook password is demo. You can override it by changing the SHA1 hash of --NotebookApp.password='sha1:2017f6d8a65d:4f2115202d4cd8c081f1c135bc2b41292bcb4ec4' in docker-compose.yml.

The Presto UI is available at localhost:8080.

To run the Presto CLI:

docker exec -it f8-2019-demo_presto_1 bin/presto-cli

You can find Presto's documentation on prestodb.io/docs/current/.

If you update a Dockerfile, use docker-compose up --build to ignore cache and rebuild the images.

Next Steps

In this demo, we run all Presto nodes on the same machine. Presto has two types of nodes:

  • The coordinator is the main server that compiles SQL And manages its execution
  • The worker is a node that executes tasks scheduled by the coordinator

To run Presto in a distributed way, you will create a new instance with coordinator=false in etc/config.properties.

References

Contributing

See the CONTRIBUTING file for how to help out.

License

f8-2019-demo is Apache 2.0 licensed, as found in the LICENSE file.

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