Brand-new schema browser, Trino integration & flexible integration creation
🔍 New & improved schema browser
We’re excited to share Deepnote’s powerful new schema browsing experience! Explore the structure of your data and write SQL faster than ever before.
Here are the highlights of what’s new:
- It's blazing fast! Quickly navigate your schema across thousands of tables and receive results almost instantly.
- There’s no need to start from scratch. See matching table/column suggestions as you type to autocomplete SQL queries.
- You get visibility into everything. Search for tables and columns across your whole data source.
- It’s easier to speed up your SQL workflows. Apply handy shortcut actions to preview a table, copy table/column names with a click, and more.
Our new schema browser is currently available for Snowflake, Google BigQuery, Amazon Redshift, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, and MySQL. Keep an eye out for more integrations coming soon!
Read more on our schema browser here →
🔌 Trino integration
We’re happy to announce our integration with Trino. Now you can use Deepnote’s SQL blocks to query Trino instances at lightning speed.
Our new Trino integration allows you to query, extract, analyze, and model data in your Trino instance from the comfort of your notebook. And if you need to switch between Trino and other distributed SQL engines, there’s no need to rewrite your SQL statements — simply switch the SQL block’s assigned integration.
Read more on our Trino integration here →
📓 Add integrations directly from your notebook
Need to create a new data source connection? Now you can do it directly from your notebook instead of navigating to a separate page.
Just open the
Project tab in the right-hand sidebar and click the plus (
+) button in the
Integrations section. No workflow disruptions necessary.