Feast on Azure

This project provides resources to enable running a feast feature store on Azure.

Feast Azure Provider

The Feast Azure provider acts like a plugin that allows Feast users to connect to:

  • Azure SQL DB and/or Synapse SQL as the offline store
  • Azure cache for Redis as the online store
  • Azure blob storage for the feast registry store

? Architecture

The interoperable design of feast means that many Azure services can be used to produce and/or consume features (for example: Azure ML, Synapse, Azure Databricks, Azure functions, etc).

azure provider architecture

For more details, including setup please navigate to the provider directory in this repo


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