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Databricks is a data science and analytics platform built on top of Apache Spark. Databricks implement the Data Lakehouse concept in a single unified, cloud based platform.

You can now connect Databricks to Hightouch instantly using Databricks Partner Connect.


You'll need to allowlist Hightouch's IP addresses to allow our systems to contact your warehouse. Reference our docs to determine which IPs you need to allowlist.

The Databricks source lets you sync data from your Databricks clusters via Hightouch.

Hightouch connects to Databricks using JDBC. This guide will walk through getting your JDBC URL for your Databricks cluster, and connecting it with Hightouch.

Get Databricks connection details

  1. Navigate to settings page for your Databricks cluster.

    Databricks cluster settings

  2. Expand the Advanced Options toggle and click on JDBC/ODBC

    Databricks Advanced Options

  3. Keep this page open. You'll need the Server Hostname, Port, and HTTP Path.

  4. Following the Databricks documentation on username/password authentication, get your Personal Access Token.

Create a Hightouch source.

Now that you have your Databricks connection details, you can create a Hightouch source.

  1. Create a new source
  2. Select Databricks as the source type.
  3. Paste in the connection details you collected earlier.
  4. Click Test, then click Save.

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