Learn how to add Atlassian Analytics to a site and understand what you need to query data and create charts.
To connect your Databricks database to Atlassian Analytics, you’ll need to do the following:
Allow Atlassian IP addresses for outbound connections.
Complete the connection form in Atlassian Analytics.
Allow Atlassian IP addresses
Before you connect your Databricks database to Atlassian Analytics, you’ll need to allow Atlassian IP addresses for outbound connections. Get the list of Atlassian IP addresses for outbound connections.
This ensures that Atlassian Analytics can successfully send your queries to your database.
To allow our outbound IP addresses, add them to an IP access list for your Databricks workspace. Learn how to add an IP access list to your Databricks workspace.
Add Databricks to Atlassian Analytics
After allowing our outbound IP addresses, you can complete the connection form in Atlassian Analytics to add your Databricks database.
Atlassian Analytics uses JDBC to connect to your database. Learn more about JDBC connections to Databricks.
To add Databricks to Atlassian Analytics:
Select Data from the global navigation.
Select Add data source > Databricks.
Fill out the required fields of the connection form.
Follow the Databricks instructions to get your connection details. These details will include the hostname/IP and HTTP path for your database.
Database port - Always 443.
Username - Always token.
User password - Your personal access token. If you don’t know your personal access token, you can generate a new one. Learn how to generate a new personal access token.
Schema - You must select at least one.
Data source display name - This name will be used throughout Atlassian Analytics.
Atlassian Analytics will connect with your database to get your schema, then your data source will be ready to use.