Vladimir Rodionov and Ted Yu
Backup and restore functionality is crucial to achieving fault tolerance for data management systems.
In the talk, we are going to cover the newly merged backup and restore phases 2 and 3.
Previously users can perform snapshot for backing up data. However, the associated execution cost may be high due to the flush across region servers. There was no incremental snapshot either.
Backup and restore functionality provides two types of backup:
Full backup – foundation for incremental backups
Incremental backup – can be periodic to capture changes over time
We'll cover three types of backup strategies:
backup on a separate HDFS archive cluster
backup involving Cloud or a Storage Vendor
Best practices for Backup-and-Restore will be presented next.
We'll explain concepts such as Backup Image, Backup Set with example commands of how they are used.
Mechanism for Incremental backups is covered next.
Finally we'll cover bulk load support for backup.
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