ZEPL - How to use inline interpreter configuration
%[Interpreter name].config is a special interpreter that allows for interpreter properties and environment variables to be configured in each notebook. This feature brings additional flexibility enabling users to do, among other things:
- Fine-grained control on interpreter configuration at notebook level.
- Share a notebook with a custom interpreter configuration or specific environment variable the paragraphs require already set.
ZEPL - How to connect your notebooks to Amazon Redshift
Connect to your Redshift cluster within two minutes!
If you don't have a Redshift cluster, follow the instructions below to create one from scratch:
ZEPL - How to import external notebooks
ZEPL allows you to easily import Jupyter and Zeppelin notebooks. You may clone, run, and share these notebooks in ZEPL. This video shows you how to import external notebooks within a minute.
ZEPL - How to attach a Resource to your notebook
Resource management is very easy with ZEPL. You can assign resource to each notebook when a notebook is being created. You can also switch a notebook's attached resources after the notebook has been created. This video shows you how to assign resources to a notebook within two minutes.
ZEPL - How to version control your notebooks
ZEPL automatically saves a version of your notebook so you never have to worry about making a mistake. There's nothing for you to do. Just make changes as you would and ZEPL will automatically save a version prior to your version. You can give important versions a name, preview different versions, and rollback as needed.
ZEPL - How to customize your environment
If you need a different environment other than the default environment and pre-installed packages, you can use the Conda environment and package management system bundled with Python interpreter. You can also install additional libraries using pip.
ZEPL - How to collaborate in real time and set fine-grain control on a notebook
In this video, we will show you how collaborate on a ZEPL notebook in realtime.
ZEPL product information and solution brief.
ZEPL - How to Configure a JDBC Interpreter
Welcome to ZEPL! In this video, we will talk about how to configure a JDBC interpreter. This allows you to connect to a MySQL database.
ZEPL - How to use ZEPL on Kafka and Spark
In this video, we will show you how to use ZEPL to analyze data with Kafka and Spark structured streaming
ZEPL - How to publish notebooks to the web
Publishing a notebook will automatically render the notebook public. You can set your notebook to public or private mode in the same dialog used when you share a notebook. To find out how to assign fine grained access control, please see our previous video: ZEPL - How to collaborate on a notebook in realtime https://www.zepl.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/sharing.mp4?_=21
ZEPL - How to Generate Reports and Dashboards
Previously, we talked about how to configure a JDBC interpreter
In this video, we will show you how to run SQL queries to generate reports and beautiful dashboards.