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Although the Hadoop system is widely used today, its architecture is complicated, it has a high maintenance complexity, version upgrades are challenging, and due to departmental reasons, data center scheduling is prolonged. We urgently need to explore agile data platform models. With the current popularization of cloud-native architecture and the integration between lake and warehous, we have decided to use Doris as an offline data warehouse and TiDB (which is already in production) as a real-time data platform. Furthermore, because Doris has ODBC capabilities on MySQL, it can integrate external database resources and uniformly output reports.

Abstract: This article is compiled from the sharing of Mu Chunjin, the head of China Union Data Science's real-time computing team and Apache StreamPark Committer, at the Flink Forward Asia 2022 platform construction session. The content of this article is mainly divided into four parts:

  • Introduction to the Real-Time Computing Platform Background
  • Operational Challenges of Flink Real-Time Jobs
  • Integrated Management Based on StreamPark
  • Future Planning and Evolution

Preface: This article primarily discusses the challenges encountered by Shunwang Technology in using the Flink computation engine, and how StreamPark is leveraged as a real-time data platform to address these challenges, thus supporting the company's business on a large scale.

  • Introduction to the company's business
  • Challenges encountered
  • Why choose StreamPark
  • Implementation in practice
  • Benefits Brought
  • Future planning

Abstract: This article originates from the production practices of StreamPark at Dustess Information, written by the senior data development engineer, Gump. The main content includes:

  1. Technology selection
  2. Practical implementation
  3. Business support & capability opening
  4. Future planning
  5. Closing remarks

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