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Software Description:

Databricks is the solution that combines data science, engineering, and business to use the power of AI within a genuinely unified approach to data analytics. The solution is powered by Apache Spark, which is a completely open-source platform, hosted at the vendor-independent Apache Foundation.

Main users of Databricks are mostly used by data scientists and engineers in medium-sized and large enterprises, belonging to energy and utilities, financial services, advertising, and marketing industries. With this service, users can unify their analytics operations, streamline workflows, increase the productivity of data teams, reduce risk, optimize I/O performance, and many more. It also offers a collaborative workspace, so data teams are able to create data pipelines, test machine learning models, and provide insights to the business via the same platform.

When it comes to security, there are following solutions: role-based access management, identity management, data encryption, compliance standards support, and severe auditing. Databricks is used with the support of Microsoft Azure and Apache Spark.

Software Description:

Hotjar is the first cloud-based tool to give you unlimited insights from your web and mobile sites. With one simple affordable plan you can generate insights on an unlimited number of websites – and make these available to an unlimited number of users.

Using Hotjar, you can now reveal true website user behaviour and experiences with one central tool - giving you the big picture of how you can improve your site's UX and conversion rates. All your data, reports and data are securely stored in the cloud and are accessible at lightning speed.

Software Description:

Crazy Egg is an online analytics platform that offers heat maps and scroll maps to understand how users engage with your website. It provides a visual image of where visitors clicked on your site, allowing you to see what’s hot and what’s not, so that you can make changes that increase conversions.

Crazy Egg also offers a confetti tool to distinguish all the clicks on your site segmented by search terms, referral sources, etc., and an overlay tool to see the number of clicks on each element of your page.

Features:

  • 2-Factor Authentication
  • Data Import
  • Data Export
  • External Integrations
  • API
  • Notifications
  • Analytics
  • Dashboard
  • Data Visualization

Features:

Features:

Summary:

  • Databricks runtime

  • Interactive exploration

  • Collaboration

  • Visualization

  • Notebook workflows

  • Notification and logs

  • Role based access control

  • Integrated identity management

  • Auditing

  • Compliance

Summary:

  • Heatmaps

  • Feedback and Exit Polls

  • Conversion Funnel Analysis

  • Form Abandonment Analysis

  • Visitor Session Platback

  • Proactive Chat

Summary:

  • Recordings

  • A/B Testing

  • Confetti: Distinguish all the clicks you get on your site segmented by referral sources, search terms & more.

  • Overlays: See the number of clicks on each element of your page. Get the clicks that can lead your site to make more money.

  • Scrollmaps: See how far down the page people and scrolling and help to determine where visitors are abandoning and why.

  • Heatmaps: Get a visual representation of where visitors clicked on your site.

Databricks for Data engineering workloads

$0.20
per Databricks unit plus Amazon Web Services costs
Included in plan:
  • Apache Spark
  • Databricks I/O
  • Databricks jobs
  • Databricks operational security package

Databricks for Data analytics workloads

$0.40
per Databricks unit plus Amazon Web Services costs
Included in plan:
  • Databricks interactive clusters
  • Databricks workplace

FAQs:

    What are some applications this service is commonly used in tandem with?
  • It is mostly used together with Microsoft Azure and Apache Spark.

  • Does this service offer an API?
  • Yes, it offers an API.

  • Does this service integrate with any other apps?
  • Integrations: Looker, Amazon Redshift, Tableau, Talend, Amazon Kinesis, Alteryx, MnigoDB, TIBC Spotfire, Pentaho, Cassandra, and Redis.

  • Who are the main user groups of this service?
  • Databricks are mostly used by data scientists and engineers in medium-sized and large enterprises, belonging to energy and utilities, financial services, advertising, and marketing industries.

  • What platforms does this service support?
  • Databricks is designed native to the cloud and on top of the propriety platform which allows its runtime to optimize Apache Spark.

  • Does this service offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?
  • Support: Knowledge Base, Online Support, Training, Webinars, and Videos.

  • What is this service generally used for?
  • This service is generally used as a unified data analytic solution.

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Publisher:

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Followers:
24.9k

Publisher:

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2014
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Other:

Who uses Databricks
  • SMEs
  • Enterprises
Desktop Platforms:
  • Web App
Languages:
English
Regional Restrictions:
No restrictions.

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