How to instantiate a Data Context on an EMR Spark cluster¶
This guide will help you instantiate a Data Context on an EMR Spark cluster.
The guide demonstrates the recommended path for instantiating a Data Context without a full configuration directory and without using the Great Expectations command line interface (CLI).
Prerequisites: This how-to guide assumes you have already:
Install Great Expectations on your EMR Spark cluster.
Copy this code snippet into a cell in your EMR Spark notebook and run it:
Configure a Data Context in code.
Follow the steps for creating an in-code Data Context in How to instantiate a Data Context without a yml file
The snippet at the end of the guide shows Python code that instantiates and configures a Data Context in code for an EMR Spark cluster. Copy this snippet into a cell in your EMR Spark notebook or use the other examples to customize your configuration.
Test your configuration.
Execute the cell with the snippet above.
Then copy this code snippet into a cell in your EMR Spark notebook, run it and verify that no error is displayed: