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Does anyone know whether it is possible to deploy custom or standard object into big object without manually writing those entire object fields and permission set file? Thanks in Advance

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It doesn't look like possible. There are no document which mention this.

Also there are many difference between existing object and big objects. For example there naming conventions is different. From docs:

Object names must be unique across all standard objects, custom objects, external objects, and big objects in the org. In the API, the names of custom big objects have a suffix of two underscores immediately followed by a lowercase “b” (__b). For example, an external object named “HistoricalInventoryLevels” is seen as HistoricalInventoryLevels__b in that organization's WSDL.

Also You must use the Metadata API to define or add a field to a custom big object. You can’t do it through the UI. So you might need to manually add them in permission set.

Permissionset/profile files — Create a permissionSet or profile file to specify permissions for each field. These files are not required, but is required to grant access to users. By default, access to a custom big object is restricted.

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Since Spring '19 it's possible to create deploy Big Objects from Setup. Before that release, it was only possible through Metadata API.

Create Custom Big Objects from Setup

A big object stores and manages a massive amount of data natively on the Salesforce platform. You can archive data from other objects or bring massive datasets from outside systems into a big object to get a full view of your customers. Big objects provide consistent performance, whether you have 1 million records, 100 million, or even 1 billion. Previously, creating a big object required using Metadata API. But now, if you aren’t comfortable using the API, you can create a big object in Setup, define its fields, and build the index that defines how the big object is queried.

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