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Overview of Azure Databricks
Azure Databricks is an industry-leading data and machine learning platform, a partnership product from Databricks and Microsoft, designed for big data processing and machine learning tasks. The SaaS tool offers a unified analytics platform powered by Apache Spark, enabling businesses to effectively and efficiently process vast quantities of data and extract valuable insights.

Company History
Founded in 2013, Databricks is the brainchild of the creators of Apache Spark - an open-source unified analytics engine for big data processing with built-in modules for SQL, streaming, and machine learning. The partnership with Microsoft to create Azure Databricks was formed due to the increasing demand for big data processing solutions, which has now become an essential tool for businesses globally.

Typical Data Processed by Azure Databricks
Azure Databricks processes a variety of data types, including structured and unstructured data, real-time and historical data. It's a popular tool among businesses across industries for handling big data and machine learning tasks, including ETL workloads, stream processing, data exploration, and data science.

Operational Locations
As a product of Microsoft, Azure Databricks operates globally. With the strength of Microsoft's cloud infrastructure, it delivers its services worldwide - making it accessible to businesses irrespective of their geographic location.

Key Features
Azure Databricks provides a rich set of features such as a collaborative workspace for data scientists and engineers to work together, support for multiple languages (Scala, Python, SQL, and R), integration with Azure services, enterprise-grade security, scalability, and reliability. It offers interactive notebooks, streaming analytics, and machine learning capabilities, making it a powerful tool for businesses that need to process big data and execute machine learning tasks.

Importance of Monitoring and Comparing Vendors
Vendor comparison is key when it comes to data compliance. In an age where companies deal with vast amounts of data, ensuring that this information is handled in a secure, responsible, and compliant manner is paramount. The right vendor, such as Azure Databricks, can aid in ensuring data compliance through their practices of maintaining data privacy and security. It's critical to constantly monitor and compare vendors to ensure they remain compliant with the ever-changing laws and regulations of data governance. Choosing a vendor that places high importance on data governance can significantly reduce potential risks associated with data handling and help maintain high standards of data privacy and security.

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