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We performed a comparison between Databricks and Domino Data Science Platform based on real PeerSpot user reviews.

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  • "I am based in South Africa, where it is expensive adapting to the cloud, and then there is the price for the tool itself."
  • "The price is okay. It's competitive."
  • "Databricks uses a price-per-use model, where you can use as much compute as you need."
  • "There are different versions."
  • "The solution uses a pay-per-use model with an annual subscription fee or package. Typically this solution is used on a cloud platform, such as Azure or AWS, but more people are choosing Azure because the price is more reasonable."
  • "The solution requires a subscription."
  • "Databricks is a very expensive solution. Pricing is an area that could definitely be improved. They could provide a lower end compute and probably reduce the price."
  • "We pay as we go, so there isn't a fixed price. It's charged by the unit. I don't have any details detail about how they measure this, but it should be a mix between processing and quantity of data handled. We run a simulation based on our use cases, which gives us an estimate. We've been monitoring this, and the costs have met our expectations."
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    Questions from the Community
    Top Answer:Databricks gives you the option of working with several different languages, such as SQL, R, Scala, Apache Spark, or Python. It offers many different cluster choices and excellent integration with… more »
    Top Answer:We researched AWS SageMaker, but in the end, we chose Databricks. Databricks is a Unified Analytics Platform designed to accelerate innovation projects. It is based on Spark so it is very fast. It… more »
    Top Answer:Databricks is an easy-to-set-up and versatile tool for data management, analysis, and business analytics. For analytics teams that have to interpret data to further the business goals of their… more »
    Top Answer:The scalability of the solution is good; I'd rate it four out of five.
    Top Answer:The predictive analysis feature needs improvement.
    Top Answer:We primarily use the solution for customer retention, but there are a lot of use cases for this particular product.
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    Also Known As
    Databricks Unified Analytics, Databricks Unified Analytics Platform, Redash
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    Overview

    Databricks is an industry-leading data analytics platform which is a one-stop product for all data requirements. Databricks is made by the creators of Apache Spark, Delta Lake, ML Flow, and Koalas. It builds on these technologies to deliver a true lakehouse data architecture, making it a robust platform that is reliable, scalable, and fast. Databricks speeds up innovations by synthesizing storage, engineering, business operations, security, and data science.

    Databricks is integrated with Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Google Cloud Platform. This enables users to easily manage a colossal amount of data and to continuously train and deploy machine learning models for AI applications. The platform handles all analytic deployments, ranging from ETL to models training and deployment.

    Databricks deciphers the complexities of processing data to empower data scientists, engineers, and analysts with a simple collaborative environment to run interactive and scheduled data analysis workloads. The program takes advantage of AI’s cost-effectivity, flexibility, and cloud storage.

    Databricks Key Features

    Some of Databricks key features include:

    • Cloud-native: Works well on any prominent cloud provider.
    • Data storage: Stores a broad range of data, including structured, unstructured, and streaming.
    • Self-governance: Built-in governance and security controls.
    • Flexibility: Flexible for small-scale jobs as well as running large-scale jobs like Big Data processing because it’s built from Spark and is specifically optimized for Cloud environments.
    • Data science tools: Production-ready data tooling, from engineering to BI, AI, and ML.
    • Familiar languages: While Databricks is Spark-based, it allows commonly used programming languages like R, SQL, Scala, and Python to be used.
    • Team sharing workspaces: Creates an environment that provides interactive workspaces for collaboration, which allow multiple members to collaborate for data model creation, machine learning, and data extraction.
    • Data source: Performs limitless Big Data analytics by connecting to Cloud providers AWS, Azure, and Google, as well as on-premises SQL servers, JSON and CSV.

    Reviews from Real Users

    Databricks stands out from its competitors for several reasons. Two striking features are its collaborative ability and its ability to streamline multiple programming languages.

    PeerSpot users take note of the advantages of these features. A Chief Research Officer in consumer goods writes, “We work with multiple people on notebooks and it enables us to work collaboratively in an easy way without having to worry about the infrastructure. I think the solution is very intuitive, very easy to use. And that's what you pay for.”

    A business intelligence coordinator in construction notes, “The capacity of use of the different types of coding is valuable. Databricks also has good performance because it is running in spark extra storage, meaning the performance and the capacity use different kinds of codes.”

    An Associate Manager who works in consultancy mentions, “The technology that allows us to write scripts within the solution is extremely beneficial. If I was, for example, able to script in SQL, R, Scala, Apache Spark, or Python, I would be able to use my knowledge to make a script in this solution. It is very user-friendly and you can also process the records and validation point of view. The ability to migrate from one environment to another is useful.”

    Domino provides a central system of record that keeps track of all data science activity across an organization. Domino helps data scientists seamlessly orchestrate AWS hardware and software toolkits, increase flexibility and innovation, and maintain required IT controls and standards. Organizations can automatically keep track of all data, tools, experiments, results, discussion, and models, as well as dramatically scale data science investments and impact decision-making across divisions. The platform helps organizations work faster, deploy results sooner, scale rapidly, and reduce regulatory and operational risk.

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    Sample Customers
    Elsevier, MyFitnessPal, Sharethrough, Automatic Labs, Celtra, Radius Intelligence, Yesware
    Allstate, Tesla, Dell, Moody's Analytics, SurveyMonkey, Eventbrite, Carnival
    Top Industries
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    Financial Services Firm20%
    Retailer12%
    Computer Software Company12%
    Mining And Metals Company8%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company17%
    Financial Services Firm12%
    Comms Service Provider8%
    Manufacturing Company7%
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    Financial Services Firm20%
    Computer Software Company13%
    Insurance Company12%
    Manufacturing Company9%
    Company Size
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    Small Business26%
    Midsize Enterprise15%
    Large Enterprise59%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Small Business16%
    Midsize Enterprise11%
    Large Enterprise73%
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Small Business10%
    Midsize Enterprise8%
    Large Enterprise81%
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    Databricks is ranked 1st in Data Science Platforms with 39 reviews while Domino Data Science Platform is ranked 17th in Data Science Platforms. Databricks is rated 8.2, while Domino Data Science Platform is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Databricks writes "Good integration with majority of data sources through Databricks Notebooks using Python, Scala, SQL, R". On the other hand, Databricks is most compared with Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio, Amazon SageMaker, Dataiku Data Science Studio, Azure Stream Analytics and Alteryx, whereas Domino Data Science Platform is most compared with Amazon SageMaker, Dataiku Data Science Studio, Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio, Alteryx and Google Cloud Datalab.

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