Built on a modern lakehouse architecture in the cloud, Databricks combines the best of data warehouses and data lakes to offer an open and unified platform for data and AI. Thousands of organizations rely on Databricks to enable massive-scale data engineering, collaborative data science, full-lifecycle machine learning and business analytics.
From today, Databricks users can seamlessly orchestrate their data ingestion pipelines, run transformation processes and return data sets from production machine learning to business applications with Rivery.
The new integration with Rivery will help Databricks users extract, transform, and load data from across all their data sources with Rivery’s pre-built API connectors. With Rivery’s reverse ETL abilities, companies will also be able to populate source systems with enriched data from Databricks.
In addition, users can apply the business logics needed to automate and orchestrate their entire data ecosystem – helping to create a single source of data in a centralized repository on the Databricks Lakehouse, powered by Delta.
Rivery’s data management platform is helping hundreds of companies address the full lifecycle of extracting value from data from many diverse sources such as SaaS business applications, operation business sources, and legacy databases. With a focus on time-to-value, companies such as Bayer, Preqin, and WalkMe are deploying their analytics at scale faster, and responding to new business requirements with agility.
In the words of Pankaj Dugar, Vice President of Product Partnerships at Databricks: “We are excited for Databricks customers to take advantage of Rivery’s full life cycle of automation capabilities for running data pipelines on the Databricks Lakehouse Platform. This partnership will help more organizations unify their data, analytics and AI capabilities so they can get to insights faster and drive impactful changes throughout the business.”
Come see Rivery live at the Databricks Data + AI Summit, May 24-28. Drop by the Rivery booth for your chance to win the biggest brick project of all time – the rare, 7541 piece LEGO Millennium Falcon.