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).
- Of course, the sources are right here!
- Clone the Repo and make sure you have Visual Studio 2017 installed
Trill.slnsolution available in
./Sourceswith Visual Studio 2017
- Build Trill
Samples using Trill
If you don't want to compile Trill yourself, you can get binaries from our NuGet feed. Samples of Trill usage are available at our samples repository. Make sure you start from the Hello World sample to get confident with Trill.
- Announcement blog post.
- The Trill paper appeared at VLDB.
- An article on Trill appeared in the IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin.
- The Trill technical report.
- Additional documents located in the /Documentation directory
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