A connection is an authentication mechanism to allow Totango to integrate with another system. Each connector has different requirements for connection. You can reuse connections to support multiple integration jobs.
Lakehouse management integrations are a closed system; you cannot reuse lakehouse management connections for other integration families.
Once connected, a Databricks integration with Totango supports all standard job types, filters, and schedules.
Create a Databricks connection in Totango
Totango requires a token, host name, and host path for the connection. Refer to Databricks authentication documentation for details.
In the event that your network is behind a firewall, you will need to whitelist our servers so that we may retrieve information from your data warehouse.
- In Totango, click Settings from the left nav.
- Expand Data Management > Customer Data Hub.
- From the list of active connectors (left), choose Lakehouse Management.
- From the list of available connectors, hover over Databricks, and click Connect (or View Integrations).
- Enter a name and description for the connection. Because you can have multiple connections with a connector (using different authentication profiles), a name and description helps you identify the connection later.
- Add the remaining details for the connection:
- Token: Enter your personal access token for your Databricks workspace.
- Host name: Enter your Databricks workspace URL (server host name). For example, "dbc-a2c61234-1234.cloud.databricks.com."
- Host path: Enter your host path (HTTP path). For example, "sql/protocolv1/o/xxxx/1113-190125-wyyulxr9."
- Port: 443
- Click Connect.
You can now set up an integration job using the connection.