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Azure Databricks Plug-In Enhancement: Add required parameters used in databricks into Job Definition panels in IWS 9.5+, and incorporate API v2.1 to enable run-now-and-wait.
Adding the ability to pass parameters to Azure Databricks opens up re-usability of individual databricks to perform tasks across a batch application that uses Tivoli for orchestration. This change also introduces flexability in application design. In addition - moving to API version 2.1 now introduces a run-now-and-wait option for submitting databricks. This causes Tivoli to hold for the duration of the databrick execution, and resume immediately upon completion of the DB. Currently, the plug-in for Tivoli issues a run-now command, and then goes into a sleep timer for 5 minutes - even if the databrick completes in less than the 5 minute delay. Making this change will reduce delays in batch related schedules as it removes wasted time waiting to poll for databrick completion status.
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