Design and realization of bank history data management system based on Hadoop 2.0

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Abstract

With the continuous economic development, the total amount of data in banks is growing bigger and bigger and it is urgent and necessary to manage these data effectively. This paper studied Hadoop-based bank historical data management from the perspective of data migration, and designed and realized a data migration module. Map Reduce data migration was used in the process of structured data migration. An IO load-based scheduling algorithm was also designed. When scheduling, considering the consumption of resources, it is avoided to assign tasks to heavy-loaded IO nodes. An unstructured data migration tool was developed by smartly using FTP to concurrently migrate log files of online service platforms and other data to HDFS specified directories. The final system test results show that the system in this paper can work normally and meet the design requirements.

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Hadoop Bank history data Management system 

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Acknowledgements

Meiwen Guo was supported by “13th Five-Year” plan research project of philosophy and social sciences of Guangdong province; “Research of the co-creation mechanism of shared economic dynamic value based on deep neural network” (Project number: GD17YGL03); Humanity and social science youth foundation of Ministry of Education of China “Business agglomeration attractiveness to consumers based on the “Internet plus”: an empirical study on the evolution process and mechanism” (Project number: 16YJCZH119).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Xinhua College of SunYat-sen UniversityGuangzhouChina

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