You can use scripts in the Data Integration console to synchronize incremental and full data from Tablestore to OSS.
Tablestore is a distributed NoSQL database service that allows you to store data based on the Apsara distributed system of Alibaba Cloud. Tablestore is designed to provide 99.99% availability and 99.999999999% (eleven 9's) data reliability. Tablestore adopts sharding and load balancing technologies to scale out services and handle concurrent transactions. You can use Tablestore to store and query large amounts of structured data in real time.
Object Storage Service (OSS) is a massive-volume, secure, low-cost, and highly-reliable cloud storage service. It provides 99.99999999% data reliability. You can use RESTful API for storage and access in any place on the Internet. Its capacity and processing capability can be elastically scaled, and multiple storage modes are provided, comprehensively optimizing the storage cost.
Tablestore: Provides professional data-persistent storage service and user-oriented real-time read/write operations with high concurrency and low latency.
OSS: Supports backup at an extremely low cost.
Data can be directly written to Tablestore.
Data can be directly read from Tablestore.
Automatic backup is supported.
Data can be re-written to Tablestore by using Data Integration (OSSReader and OTSWriter).
Write by whole rows
Tablestore Stream requires that a whole row of data be written to Tablestore each time. Currently, the whole-row data write mode is applied to the writing of time sequence data such as IoT data. Therefore, data cannot be modified subsequently.
Currently, periodic scheduling is used and the scheduling interval is 5 minutes. The plugin has a latency of 5 minutes and the total latency of a synchronization task is 5 to 10 minutes.