You need specific information to establish a seamless and secure connection. The following fields are required, except where noted.

If your Databricks is hosted on Microsoft Azure, see Databricks on Microsoft Azure connection reference.

Connection name
Enter a new Databricks connection name.
Connection description
Provide a short description of the connection. (Optional)
Host
Enter the Databricks server host name without the protocol.
Example: dbs.example.cloud.databricks.com
HTTP Path
Enter the Databricks HTTP path.
User
Email address associated with your Databricks account.
Password
Specify the password of the Databricks account.

Databricks on Microsoft Azure connection reference

Connection name
Enter a new Databricks connection name.
Connection description
Provide a short description of the connection. (Optional)
Host
Enter the Databricks server hostname.
For more information, see Get server hostname, port, HTTP path, and JDBC URL.
Example: abc-1234567890123456.78.azuredatabricks.net
HTTP Path
Enter the Databricks HTTP path.
For more information, see Get server hostname, port, HTTP path, and JDBC URL.
Example: sql/protocolv1/o/1234567890123456/7890-123456-abc789
User
Enter your login email to your Azure account. If this does not work, try “token”.
Password
Enter your ‘personal access token’ generated in Databricks. This is not the password for your Azure account.
For more information, see Generate a personal access token.

For detailed information on how ThoughtSpot with an Azure Databricks cluster, see Microsoft Azure ThoughtSpot documentation