anonymous user Thank you for reaching out to Microsoft Q&A. I understand that you are having issues with deleting your Azure Databricks created Resource Group or create a new one.
when we create a Azure Databricks workspace, by design it will automatically create Databricks Managed resource Group. The managed resource group must exist as this is where your cluster(s) will be created. To ensure that nothing breaks them, they are placed in a separate resource group (managed resource group) that has a super lock on it so you cannot modify anything in it.
Coming back to deletion part, in order to delete this managed resource group, First you need to delete Azure Databricks workspace that is associated with it. Then as part of the process even the Azure Databricks Managed resource Group gets deleted.
Inorder to find the Databricks workspace associated with that Managed resource group, please follow below steps.
- Open managed resource group that you want to get rid of, then go to "Deployments" under "settings" and you should see the Databricks workspace name as below.
- Then open that particular Databricks workspace and click on "Delete" button, this will eventually delete your managed resource group. After you receive a notification that Delete deployment is complete, refresh your portal and see if those two resources get deleted. I have tried this and worked for me.
- I would also recommend to clear your browser cache, restart browser and then open portal to check if those resources got deleted.
Hope this helps. Please let us know if you have any further questions and we will be glad to assist you further. Thank you!
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