In Part 1 of this series we created a Databricks Community Account and cluster.
In Part 2 we captured some streaming data to a file on our Databricks cluster.
In Part 3 we will look at interacting with the data using structured streaming.
Continuing on from our previous posts about Databricks, we are now going to look at structured streaming. For this series of blog posts we are going to use some data from the Seattle Fire Service that is updated every 5 minutes.
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In Part 3 of this blog series we briefly mentioned the two methods to access the Azure Databricks web interface, either through the "Launch Workspace" icon in the portal or via a URL. But now let's think about other users.
In Part 3 of this blog series we will look at configuring Azure Databricks. You can read the initial installation guide in Part 2.
In Part 2 of this blog series we will look at deploying Azure Databricks. You can read an introduction to the technology in Part 1.
Welcome to this series of blog posts on Azure Databricks, where we will look at how to get productive with this technology. In Part 1, as with any good series, we will start with a gentle introduction.