Session: Open data foundations with OneTable - Hudi, Delta, and Iceberg interoperability

Ashvin Agrawal, Senior Researcher @ Microsoft

Tim Brown, Engineering @ Onehouse

Anoop Johnson, Senior Staff Software Engineer @ Google

OneTable is a brand new open source project that unlocks omni-directional interoperability between the popular lakehouse projects Apache Hudi, Delta Lake, and Apache Iceberg. When your data is at rest in your lake, Hudi, Delta, and Iceberg are not so different. They each offer a metadata layer over a set of parquet files. OneTable offers lightweight conversion mechanisms that can take a source metadata format and sync it into one or more target metadata formats.

This session will feature a live demo and describe real-world applications of how to build open data foundations that can accelerate your workloads into a variety of open source query engines including Spark, Presto, Trino, Flink, and more. We will describe the technical foundations for Hudi, Delta, and Iceberg and lay out the nuts and bolts of how OneTable seamlessly converts data between these formats. We will detail our journey to create the project, share the vision for the future, and show how you can join this new open community.

Interested in trying out OneTable or contributing to building out an interoperable lakehouse future?
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The central theme of OSDS revolves around the advantages of open source data products and their pivotal role in modern data ecosystems.

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  • Choosing the right engine for your workload
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