Manage virtual networks
By default, every Azure Databricks deployment creates a locked virtual network (VNet) in your Azure subscription. All clusters are created in that virtual network.
You may want to customize this network infrastructure, including:
- Deploying your Azure Databricks customer-managed resources in your own virtual network (sometimes called VNet injection).
- Using Azure Private Link to enable private connectivity between users and their Databricks workspaces.
- Using Azure Private Link to enable private connectivity between clusters on the compute plane and the core services on the control plane within the Databricks workspace infrastructure.
These articles explain the benefits of these network customizations and how to perform them:
- Peer virtual networks
- Deploy Azure Databricks in your Azure virtual network (VNet injection)
- Connect your Azure Databricks workspace to your on-premises network
- User-defined route settings for Azure Databricks