Lindorm is available in three series: Lindorm, Single-node Lindorm, and Lindorm Tunnel Service (LTS). This topic describes the scenarios of each series and how to view the series of instances.

Overview

When you create a Lindorm instance, you can select a product type based on the scenarios of each series.

Series Description Supported engine type and storage type Scenario
Lindorm Independent Lindorm clusters are deployed in standard mode. Each engine is deployed on an independent node. This series is suitable for business scenarios that have high requirements for cluster resources.
  • Engine type: wide table engine, time series engine, search engine, file engine, compute engine, and streaming engine.
  • Storage type: Standard, Performance, Capacity, Local SSD, and Local HDD.
  • Production environments of medium and large-sized enterprises
  • Scenarios such as Internet of Vehicles (IoV), IoT, Industrial IoT (IIoT), risk control, billing, advertising, feeds, and data dashboards.
Single-node Lindorm A single-node Lindorm cluster can be quickly created. The configuration of the single-node Lindorm cluster can be upgraded and downgraded. This series is cost-effective and is suitable for testing or experiencing Lindorm features.
  • Engine type: wide table engine, time series engine, search engine, file engine, and compute engine
  • Storage type: ultra disk
  • Individual developer learning
  • Development and testing environments of small enterprises
Lindorm Tunnel Service LTS is a data ecosystem service that is customized based on the characteristics of Lindorm business scenarios. LTS provides easy-to-use capabilities, including data exchange, processing, and subscription. This way, you can migrate data, subscribe to real-time data, dump data to data lakes, and configure backflow to data warehouses. You can also apply multi-active redundancy based on units and implement backup and restoration. LTS provides a unified data ecosystem service for Lindorm. For more information, see Introduction to LTS. N/A
  • Data migration without service downtime
  • Decoupling online workloads from offline workloads
  • Primary/secondary disaster recovery
  • Storage of historical data in ApsaraDB RDS databases

View the series of an instance

You can view the series of an instance on the Instances page in the Lindorm console. The following figure shows how to view the series of an instance in the Lindorm console.View the series of an instanceThe following table describes the mappings between the service type that is displayed in the Lindorm console and the series of the instance.
Service type displayed in the Lindorm console Series
Lindorm Lindorm
Lindorm Standalone Single-node Lindorm
Lindorm TS Lindorm Tunnel Service