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Automatic Data Flow with One Click

In the Data Service Platform Mode, you can simply drag the source table to the required level to generate a data pipeline and automatically start the task, greatly simplifying the task configuration process. This article describes how to achieve the flow of data between different levels and finally provide it to the terminal business.


  1. Log in to Tapdata Cloud.

  2. In the left navigation panel, click Real-Time Data Hub.

  3. On this page, you can conveniently access the data source information you have entered. Tapdata organizes the data governance and flow order into four distinct levels, providing a clear view of the data hierarchy.

    Data Service Platform Page


    For detailed descriptions of each layer, see Real-Time Data Hub Introduction.

  4. Follow the process below to complete the data flow with one click.


    Through the Master Data Model, you can adjust the table structure (such as adding fields), merge tables, build wide tables, etc. If the table of the Foundation Data Model already meets your business needs, you can directly publish the API or drag the table of the cache layer to the Target & Service.

  1. At the Sources, click the icon to find the table you want to synchronize and drag it to the Foundation Data Model.

  2. In the pop-up dialog box, fill in the table prefix that is meaningful for your business, select the synchronization type, and choose whether to run the task.

    In this case, the table we want to synchronize is the customer, fill in the prefix here is FDM_demo, then in the Master Data Model, the table is called FDM__demo_customer.

    Create Task1

    • Only Save: Save the task without running it. You can now click on the task name in the Foundation Data Model to customize the task further.
    • Save and Run: No additional action is required. Tapdata Cloud will automatically create a data replication task to synchronize your selected tables in real-time to the Master Data Model and automatically verify. You can click the icon on the right side of the table name in the Foundation Data Model and jump to the task monitoring page to see the task operation details.