LLM-Powered OLAP: the Tencent Experience with Apache Doris by@junzhang
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LLM-Powered OLAP: the Tencent Experience with Apache Doris

by Jun Zhang7mAugust 28th, 2023
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Six months ago, I wrote about why we replaced ClickHouse with Apache Doris as an OLAP engine for our data management system. Back then, we were struggling with the auto-generation of SQL statements. As days pass, we have made progresses big enough to be references for you, so here I am again. We have adopted Large Language Models (LLM) to empower our Doris-based OLAP services.

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