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On the navigational pane, I want to look for DataBricks Repos, but this is not available for the community edition. Anyone can point to the right direction?

Isaac_Low
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alexott
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Community Edition simply doesn't support Repos... You can create your own instance of Databricks, for example, on Azure - it wouldn't cost you too much until you store TBs of data on DBFS and use expensive instance types.

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alexott
Valued Contributor II
Valued Contributor II

Community Edition simply doesn't support Repos... You can create your own instance of Databricks, for example, on Azure - it wouldn't cost you too much until you store TBs of data on DBFS and use expensive instance types.

Kaniz
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Community Manager

Hi @Isaac Kar Low​, We haven’t heard from you on the last response from @Alex Ott​ , and I was checking back to see if his suggestions helped you. Or else, If you have any solution, please share it with the community as it can be helpful to others.

Also, Please don't forget to click on the "Select As Best" button whenever the information provided helps resolve your question.

Isaac_Low
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All good. I just imported the training material manually using the dbc link. Didn't need repos for that.

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