-Re: Change data capture tool for hbase
yonghu 2013-06-03, 09:41
I have presented 5 CDC approaches based on HBase and published my results
in adbis 2013.
On Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 11:16 AM, yavuz gokirmak <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Currently we are working on a hbase change data capture (CDC) tool. I want
> to share our ideas and continue development according to your feedback.
> As you know CDC tools are used for tracking the data changes and take
> actions according to these changes. For example in relational
> databases, CDC tools are mainly used for replication. You can replicate
> your source system continuously to another location or db using CDC tool.So
> whenever an insert/update/delete is done on the source system, you can
> reflect the same operation to the replicated environment.
> As I've said, we are working on a CDC tool that can track changes on a
> hbase table and reflect those changes to any other system in real-time.
> What we are trying to implement the tool in a way that he will behave as a
> slave cluster. So if we enable master-master replication in the source
> system, we expect to get all changes and act accordingly. Once the proof of
> concept cdc tool is implemented ( we need one week ) we will convert it to
> a flume source. So using it as a flume source we can direct data changes to
> any destination (sink)
> This is just a summary.
> Please write your feedback and comments.
> Do you know any tool similar to this proposal?
> 1- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Change_data_capture