Summary and cleanup

In this module, you learned the basics about using Databricks workspace and Apache Spark notebooks. The notebooks allow you to interactively work with different types of data. You can use notebooks to process huge data files, query, read and write data from different sources, and process live data streams.

Clean up

If you plan on completing other Azure Databricks modules, don't delete your Azure Databricks instance yet. You can use the same environment for the other modules.

Delete the Azure Databricks instance

  1. Navigate to the Azure portal.
  2. Navigate to the resource group that contains your Azure Databricks instance.
  3. Select Delete resource group.
  4. Type the name of the resource group in the confirmation text box.
  5. Select Delete.