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DecisioNaut

03/02/2024, 11:05 AM
How can I make a dagster resource for Azure OneLake
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Scout

03/02/2024, 11:05 AM
To create a Dagster resource for Azure Data Lake Storage (ADLS), you would typically use the
dagster-azure
library, which provides utilities for working with Azure Storage Accounts, including ADLS Gen2. The documentation provides an example of a resource definition for ADLS Gen2, which you can use as a starting point to create your resource. Here's a step-by-step guide based on the documentation: 1. Install the
dagster-azure
package
: To use the Azure integrations within Dagster, you need to install the
dagster-azure
library. You can do this using pip:
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pip install dagster-azure
2. Define the Resource: You can define a resource in Dagster that will provide you with clients to access Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2. The
dagster-azure
library includes a resource for ADLS Gen2 that you can use directly or extend based on your needs. 3. Configure the Resource: When defining your resource, you will need to provide configuration options such as your Azure account name, credentials, and other relevant settings. The
dagster-azure
library's ADLS2 resource will require you to specify these configurations. 4. Use the Resource in your Assets or Jobs: Once you have defined and configured your ADLS resource, you can attach it to your assets or jobs. This will allow you to interact with Azure Data Lake Storage within your data pipeline. Here is an example of how you might define a resource for ADLS Gen2, based on the documentation:
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python from dagster_azure.adls2 import adls2_resource  # Define your resource configuration adls2_resource_config = {     "account_name": "my_azure_account_name",     # ... other necessary configurations ... }  # Define your resource my_adls2_resource = adls2_resource.configured(adls2_resource_config)
Please note that the actual configuration options and how you use the resource may vary based on your specific requirements and the version of the
dagster-azure
library you are using. Always refer to the latest documentation for the most accurate and up-to-date information. If you encounter any issues or need further assistance, you can look for relevant discussions or issues in the Dagster community on GitHub or reach out on the Dagster Slack channel for support.
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