[GRIFFIN-SERVICE] use service tar.gz deploy and griffin.sh start

   If we use` java -jar` start service ,then It is inconvenient to modify the configuration file. Modifying the configuration file requires recompiling the jar. And it is inconvenient to stop the service.
   This PR provides `tar.gz` installation method and shell startup method,and it has been deployed and run in our production environment.

1. ls -al service-0.6.0-SNAPSHOT

2. cd service-0.6.0-SNAPSHOT/

3. ./bin/griffin.sh start

4. jps
   17860 GriffinWebApplication

5. ./bin/griffin.sh stop
    stopping 17860 of service ...

  If start service, we can access http://${ip}:8080

Author: ambition119 <1269223860@qq.com>

Closes #582 from ambition119/service.tar.gz.
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  1. griffin-doc/
  2. measure/
  3. service/
  4. ui/
  5. .gitignore
  6. .scalafmt.conf
  7. .travis.yml
  9. KEYS
  11. merge_pr.py
  12. NOTICE
  13. pom.xml
  14. README.md
  15. scalastyle-config.xml

Apache Griffin

Build Status License: Apache 2.0

The data quality (DQ) is a key criteria for many data consumers like IoT, machine learning etc., however, there is no standard agreement on how to determine “good” data. Apache Griffin is a model-driven data quality service platform where you can examine your data on-demand. It provides a standard process to define data quality measures, executions and reports, allowing those examinations across multiple data systems. When you don't trust your data, or concern that poorly controlled data can negatively impact critical decision, you can utilize Apache Griffin to ensure data quality.

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Quick Start

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