In order to connect Databricks to the Finout platform, refer to the original Databricks guide for exporting billable usage in a CSV format:
In this guide, you will be instructed to create an S3 bucket that is continuously updated with Databricks usage reports.
Grant Finout Access To Your Bucket
After creating the bucket, you need to grant Finout access to your bucket by creating an IAM role.
“external-id”from the Finout console, or use a random one, preferably in the format of
Click creating a new cross-account role in IAM to create a role for Another AWS account.
In the Account ID field, enter:
Select the Require external ID option, and enter the
“external-id”you got from the previous section.
Click Next until the review screen is displayed. Then configure it as shown below and click Next.
Go to your newly created role.
Role ARNand paste it into the Finout console.
Click Add permissions and select Create inline policy.
Select JSON, and paste this inside - While changing <BUCKET_NAME> with the bucket you create in the first section (or your existing CUR bucket, if you already have AWS as a Cost Center in Finout)
Click Next until the review screen is displayed, then name it
Click on Create policy to have your policy created for the IAM role.
Send Finout the following details:
The role that Finout is able to assume
The external ID
Path in the bucket
Send Finout the cost per DBU for each Databricks service.
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