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Advanced python SDK for Azure Data Explorer

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Introduction

pykusto is an advanced Python SDK for Azure Data Explorer (a.k.a. Kusto).
Started as a project in the 2019 Microsoft Hackathon.

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Getting Started

Installation

Default installation:

pip install pykusto

With dependencies required for running the tests:

pip install pykusto[test]

Without dependencies which are not needed in PySpark:

pip install pykusto --global-option pyspark

Basic usage

from datetime import timedelta
from pykusto import PyKustoClient, Query

# Connect to cluster with AAD device authentication
# Databases, tables, and columns are auto-retrieved
client = PyKustoClient('https://help.kusto.windows.net')

# Show databases
print(tuple(client.get_databases_names()))

# Show tables in 'Samples' database
print(tuple(client.Samples.get_table_names()))

# Connect to 'StormEvents' table
t = client.Samples.StormEvents

# Build query
(
    Query(t)
        # Access columns using table variable 
        .project(t.StartTime, t.EndTime, t.EventType, t.Source)
        # Specify new column name using Python keyword argument   
        .extend(Duration=t.EndTime - t.StartTime)
        # Python types are implicitly converted to Kusto types
        .where(t.Duration > timedelta(hours=1))
        .take(5)
        # Output to pandas dataframe
        .to_dataframe()
) 

Retrying failed queries

# Turn on retrying for all queries
from pykusto import PyKustoClient, RetryConfig, Query

client = PyKustoClient(
    "https://help.kusto.windows.net",
    retry_config=RetryConfig()  # Use default retry config 
)

# Override retry config for specific query 
Query(client.Samples.StormEvents).take(5).to_dataframe(
    retry_config=RetryConfig(attempts=3, sleep_time=1, max_sleep_time=600, sleep_scale=2, jitter=1)
)

Contributing

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