5 comments on"Big SQL Automatic Catalog Synchronization (Part 1 – Introduction)"

  1. […] need to know to start working with Big SQL’s Automatic Catalog Synchronization (Auto-Sync). In part 1 we provided an introduction to Auto-Sync, discussing it’s significance, the problem it addresses […]

  2. […] Big SQL Auto-Sync was introduced in v4.2 and enables Big SQL to automatically synchronize Hive metastore changes into the Big SQL catalog, so that, any DDL operations (CREATE, ALTER, DROP) resulting in an update to the metastore, will be automatically reflected in the Big SQL catalog. For more details see my previous blog series on Big SQL Automatic Catalog Synchronization. […]

  3. […] you need to know to start working with Big SQL’s Automatic Catalog Synchronization (Auto-Sync). Part 1 of the series provided an introduction to Auto-Sync, discussing its significance, the problem it […]

  4. […] created and populated from Hive, they are almost immediately accessed from Big SQL. Read more about automatic syncing of the Big SQL and Hive catalogs. When the syncing of the catalogs is done, the data that is accessible from Hive is also accessible […]

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