Big Data tools
The Big Data Tools plugin is available for DataGrip 2020.1 and later. It provides specific capabilities to monitor and process data with AWS S3, Spark, Google Cloud Storage, Minio, Linode, Digital Open Spaces, Microsoft Azure and Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS).
You can create new or edit existing local or remote Zeppelin notebooks, execute code paragraphs, preview the resulting tables and graphs, and export the results to various formats.
Getting started with Big Data Tools in DataGrip
The basic workflow for big data processing in DataGrip includes the following steps:
Configure your environment
Work with notebooks
Get familiar with the user interface
When you install the Big Data Tools plugin for DataGrip, the following user interface elements appear:
Big Data Tools window
Basic operations on notebooks are available from the context menu.
You can navigate through the directories and preview columnar structures of .csv, .parquet, .avro, and .orc files.
Basic operations on data files are available from the context menu. You can also move files by dragging them to the target directory on the target server.
For the basic operations with the servers, use the window toolbar:
|Adds a new connection to a server.|
|Deletes the selected connection.|
|Opens a window to search across all the available Zeppelin connections.|
|Refreshes connections to all configured servers.|
|Opens the connection settings for the selected server.|
If you have any questions regarding the Big Data Tools plugin, click the Support link and select one of the available options. You can join the support Slack channel, submit a ticket in the YouTrack system, or copy the support email to send your question.
In the notebook editor, you can add and execute Scala and SQL code paragraphs. When editing your code paragraph, you can use all the coding assistance features available for a particular language. Code warnings and errors will be highlighted in the corresponding code constructs in the scrollbar. The results of paragraph execution are shown in the preview area below each paragraph.
Use the notebook editor toolbar for the basic operations with notebooks:
|Executes all paragraphs in the notebook.|
|Stops execution of the notebook paragraphs.|
|Clears output previews for all paragraphs.|
|Opens the Interpreter Bindings dialog to configure interpreters for the selected notebook.|
|Click this button to open the notebook in the browser or copy a link to it.|
|Allows you to jump to a particular paragraph of a notebook.|
|Shows the minimap for quick navigation through the notebook.|
The notebook editor toolbar also shows the status of the last paragraph execution.