The public IP address range for the Azure Databricks control plane will be updated - Is there anything else I should do?

Zakrzewska, Agata 0 Reputation points
2024-05-29T08:23:58.0766667+00:00

Because I received this message regarding the update:

The public IP address range for the Azure Databricks control plane will be updated on 30 May 2024—you may need to take action

You're receiving this email because you use Azure Databricks.

I wonder if there is anything else I should do. I added inbound security rules to Network security group with IP addresses ( for north europe).

I have Secure cluster connectivity settings enable. And I am using Service Tags in the rules.
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Is there anything else I should do or check?

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  1. PRADEEPCHEEKATLA-MSFT 83,301 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2024-05-29T11:07:50.0233333+00:00

    @Zakrzewska, Agata - Thanks for the question and using MS Q&A platform.

    Starting on May 30th 2024, Azure Databricks will begin using new control plane service components. This affects the egress and ingress IP addresses that the Azure Databricks control plane uses. If you use a firewall or proxy appliance to restrict user access to Azure Databricks or for controlling outbound access to your resources, you must update your access rules to include the new IP addresses. For the new IP addresses, see Azure Databricks control plane addresses.

    Here is the summary of the email:

    Microsoft Azure sent an email to inform that the public IP address range for the Azure Databricks control plane will be updated on 30 May 2024.

    If you use a firewall or proxy appliance, you may need to update your access rules to include the new IP addresses by 30 May 2024.

    If you don't use a firewall or proxy appliance, you won't be affected by this change and don't need to take any action.

    User's image For more information, see Azure Databricks is updating the public IP range for its control plane services.

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