Table of Contents
- Why Choose SeaTunnel
- Key Features
- SeaTunnel Workflow
- Supported Connectors
- Getting Started
- Use Cases
- Code of Conduct
- How to Compile
- Contact Us
- Apache SeaTunnel Web Project
- Our Users
- Frequently Asked Questions
SeaTunnel is a next-generation, high-performance, distributed data integration tool, capable of synchronizing vast amounts of data daily. It's trusted by numerous companies for its efficiency and stability.
Why Choose SeaTunnel
SeaTunnel addresses common data integration challenges:
Diverse Data Sources: Seamlessly integrates with hundreds of evolving data sources.
Complex Synchronization Scenarios: Supports various synchronization methods, including real-time, CDC, and full database synchronization.
Resource Efficiency: Minimizes computing resources and JDBC connections for real-time synchronization.
Quality and Monitoring: Provides data quality and monitoring to prevent data loss or duplication.
Diverse Connectors: Offers support for over 100 connectors, with ongoing expansion.
Batch-Stream Integration: Easily adaptable connectors simplify data integration management.
Distributed Snapshot Algorithm: Ensures data consistency across synchronized data.
Multi-Engine Support: Works with SeaTunnel Zeta Engine, Flink, and Spark.
JDBC Multiplexing and Log Parsing: Efficiently synchronizes multi-tables and databases.
High Throughput and Low Latency: Provides high-throughput data synchronization with low latency.
Real-Time Monitoring: Offers detailed insights during synchronization.
Two Job Development Methods: Supports coding and visual job management with the SeaTunnel web project.
Configure jobs, select execution engines, and parallelize data using Source Connectors. Easily develop and extend connectors to meet your needs.
For a list of connectors and their health status, visit the Connector Status.
Download SeaTunnel from the official website.
Choose your runtime execution engine:
Explore real-world use cases of SeaTunnel, such as Weibo, Tencent Cloud, Sina, Sogou, and Yonghui Superstores. More use cases can be found on the SeaTunnel blog.
Code of Conduct
Participate in this project following the Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct.
We appreciate all developers for their contributions. See the list of contributors.
How to Compile
Refer to this document for compilation instructions.
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Apache SeaTunnel Web Project
SeaTunnel Web is a web project that provides visual management of jobs, scheduling, running and monitoring capabilities. It is developed based on the SeaTunnel Connector API and the SeaTunnel Zeta Engine. It is a web project that can be deployed independently. It is also a sub-project of SeaTunnel. For more information, please refer to SeaTunnel Web
Companies and organizations worldwide use SeaTunnel for research, production, and commercial products. Visit our user page for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do I install SeaTunnel?
Follow the installation guide on our website to get started.
2. How can I contribute to SeaTunnel?
We welcome contributions! Please refer to our Contribution Guidelines for details.
3. How do I report issues or request features?
You can report issues or request features on our GitHub repository.
4. Can I use SeaTunnel for commercial purposes?
Yes, SeaTunnel is available under the Apache 2.0 License, allowing commercial use.
5. Where can I find documentation and tutorials?
Our official documentation includes detailed guides and tutorials to help you get started.
7. Is there a community or support channel?
Join our Slack community for support and discussions: SeaTunnel Slack.