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An Azure Databricks cluster is a set of computation resources and configurations on which you run data engineering, data science, and data analytics workloads, such as production ETL pipelines, streaming analytics, ad-hoc analytics, and machine learning. You run these workloads as a set of commands in a notebook or as an automated job.What is a Data Fabric?
A data fabric is a solution that is as adroit running in the cloud as it is running on premises. More importantly it can seamlessly move data between locations (in both directions), not only for backup and archive but also for cloud bursting or application migration.