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Azure DataLake Storage

Steps to setup Azure DataLake Storage


Fill the form with the credentials of your data source.

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Once the form is completed, it's necessary to test the connection to verify if Qualytics is able to connect to your source of data. A successful message will be shown:

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Warning

By clicking on the Finish button, it will create the Datastore and skipping the configuration of an Enrichment Datastore.

  • To configure an Enrichment Datastore in another moment, please refer to this section

Note

It is important to associate an Enrichment Datastore with your new Datastore

  • The Enrichment Datastore will allow Qualytics to record enrichment data, copies of the source anomalous data and additional metadata for your Datastore

Configuring an Enrichment Datastore

  • If you have an Enrichment Datastore already setup, you can link it by enable to use an existing Enrichment Datastore and select from the list

  • If you don't have an Enrichment Datastore, you can create one at the same page:

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Once the form is completed, it's necessary to test the connection. A successful message will be shown:

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Warning

By clicking on the Finish button, it will create the Datastore and link or create the Enrichment Datastore


Fields

Name required

  • The datastore name to be created in Qualytics App.

URI required

    abfs[s]://<file_system>@<account_name>.dfs.core.windows.net/<path>
  • abfs[s]: The abfs[s] protocol is used as the scheme identifier.

  • <file_system>: The parent location that holds the files and folders. This is the same as Containers in the Azure Storage Blobs service.

  • <account-name>: The name given to your storage account during creation.

  • <path>: A forward slash delimited (/) representation of the directory structure.

  • You can find more information accessing here.

Account Name and Access Key required

  • Account Name and Access Key to access azure datalake storage.

  • To get the account_name and access_key you need to access your local storage in Azure.

  • Click on Access Keys tab and copy the values.

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Last update: April 7, 2024