This is a summary of new Arm Treasure Data features and improvements introduced in the November 1st, 2018 release. If you have any product feature requests, submit them at feedback.treasuredata.com.
New Look for Arm Treasure Data Console - Private Beta Coming Soon (aws/idcf)
We've improved the look of the console to make it more intuitive and ensure that the platform features are easier to flow through. If you are interested in being part of the private beta and getting an early look into our new interface, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Import: Box - Beta (aws)
Our new Data Connector helps you to easily ingest individual CSV and TSV files as well as folders from Box.
For details, see the Box Integration - Import (BETA) article
This integration is under private beta and is available only for AWS-US customers. Contact the Treasure Data team for further details. The connector documentation is available only to beta participants.
Import: Support for Add_Columns in the Columns Filter Plugin
You can now leverage our columns filter plugin to add columns when ingesting data into the Arm Treasure Data Customer Data Platform.
Note: We offer a remove_columns filter plugin as well.
Export: Box - Beta (aws)
Our new Data Connector helps you to export your data from Treasure Data to CSV and TSV files in Box.
For details, see the Box Integration - Export (BETA) article
This integration is under private beta. Contact the Treasure Data team for further details. The connector documentation is available only to beta participants.
Export: Tableau Hyper Support (aws/idcf)
Treasure Data now supports the Hyper data format for Tableau. New Treasure Data configurations automatically use the latest version. You must update your existing Treasure Data output configurations to use the new format. Refer to the section "Migrating Existing Output Configurations to Tableau Hyper" in the following documentation link.
For details, see the Tableau Hyper - Export article
Query: Presto 0.205 is Now Default - Changes Required by November 15, 2018 (aws/idcf)
The Presto 0.205 release environment is now the default Presto runtime. Presto 0.188 is available side-by-side with Presto 0.205 until November 15, 2018. After November 15 Presto 0.205 is the only available Presto release.
To run your queries in the Presto release of your choice, add one of the following query hints:
For details on the required code changes for Presto 0.205 compatibility and the migration timeline, see: Presto 0.188 to 0.205 Migration. If you have encountered issues with the migration, contact Treasure Data support.
Query: Enhancements to Presto Time Interval Functions
The TD_INTERVAL function added in September has been enhanced. Also, there is a related function: TD_INTERVAL_TEST. See Presto Query Language Reference for more details.