Full Delta Live Tables Pipeline — Loan

Demo Type

Product Tutorial




What you’ll learn

This demo is an introduction to Delta Live Tables, an ETL framework making data engineering accessible for all. Simply declare your transformations in SQL or Python, and DLT will handle the data engineering complexity for you:

  • Accelerate ETL development: Enable analysts and data engineers to innovate rapidly with simple pipeline development and maintenance
  • Remove operational complexity: By automating complex administrative tasks and gaining broader visibility into pipeline operations
  • Trust your data: With built-in quality controls and quality monitoring to ensure accurate and useful BI, data science and ML
  • Simplify batch and streaming: With self-optimization and auto-scaling data pipelines for batch or streaming processing

In this demo, we will be using as input a raw data set containing information on our customers’ loan and historical transactions. Our goal is to ingest this data in near real-time and build tables for our analyst team while ensuring data quality.


To install the demo, get a free Databricks workspace and execute the following two commands in a Python notebook

%pip install dbdemos
import dbdemos

Dbdemos is a Python library that installs complete Databricks demos in your workspaces. Dbdemos will load and start notebooks, Delta Live Tables pipelines, clusters, Databricks SQL dashboards, warehouse models … See how to use dbdemos


Dbdemos is distributed as a GitHub project.

For more details, please view the GitHub README.md file and follow the documentation.
Dbdemos is provided as is. See the 
License and Notice for more information.
Databricks does not offer official support for dbdemos and the associated assets.
For any issue, please open a ticket and the demo team will have a look on a best-effort basis. 


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Delta Lake

These assets will be installed in this Databricks demos: