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Updated on 2022-02-24 GMT+08:00
What Is DIS?
Data Ingestion Service (DIS) addresses the challenge of transmitting data from outside the cloud to inside the cloud. DIS builds data intake streams for custom applications capable of processing or analyzing streaming data. DIS continuously captures, transmits, and stores terabytes of data from hundreds of thousands of sources every hour, such as logs, Internet of Things (IoT) data, social media feeds, website clickstreams, and location-tracking events.
- DIS collects data from multiple data sources in real time.
- DIS transforms data continuously to MRS, DLI, DWS, and OBS for computing, analysis, and storage.
Figure 1 Data flows
General Questions FAQs
- What Is DIS?
- What Is a Partition?
- What Can I Do with DIS?
- What Advantages Does DIS Have?
- Which Modules Do DIS Have?
- How Do I Create a DIS Stream?
- What Is the Difference Between Storing Data into DIS and Dumping Data Elsewhere?
- How Do I Check Software Package Integrity?
- How Do I Send and Retrieve Data Using DIS?
- How Do I Access DIS Through a Direct Connect Connection?
- How Do I Distinguish Different Types of Data When Accessing Data in Streams?
- What Is Data Control?
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