Learn about upcoming Databricks releases.
Usage of the Databricks Connector for Data Studio and the transfer of information received from Google APIs to any other app will adhere to the Google API Services User Data Policy, including the Limited Use requirements.
Databricks plans to remove JDK 8 support with the next major Databricks Runtime version, when Spark 4.0 releases. Databricks plans to remove JDK 11 support with the next LTS version of Databricks Runtime 14.x.
Databricks will soon start to enable Unity Catalog automatically for new workspaces. This removes the need for account admins to configure Unity Catalog after a workspace is created. Rollout will proceed gradually across accounts.
Databricks plans to add new charts to the SQL editor, SQL dashboards, and notebooks. This change will bring faster chart rendering performance, improved colors, and faster interactivity. See New chart visualizations in Databricks
Databricks plans to enable favorites functionality in the workspace. You’ll be able to save content such as notebooks, dashboards, experiments, and queries to a list of favorites, and then access your favorites from the homepage.
Databricks Runtime plans to upgrade the sqlite-jdbc version from 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124 in all Databricks Runtime maintenance releases. The APIs of version 126.96.36.199 are not fully compatible with 188.8.131.52. Confirm your methods and return type use version 184.108.40.206.
If you are using sqlite-jdbc in your code, check the sqlite-jdbc compatibility report.