We have been piloting databricks using unity catalog in development in our azure development subscription. We are looking at plans for moving to production\live which is a completely different azure subscription. I created a workspace in production as a test, but this didn`t then show up in the databricks account. My questions are;
@Andy Skinner When you create your workspace that will be tied to your databricks account.
your account will be tied to subscription and resource group .
from E2 architecture you can create multiple workspaces (in different regions) in one databricks account
one more thing you need to consider is unity catalog --> data governance can be done within multiple workspaces in same account and region
Not sure that answers my question though. I created a new workspace, in my production subscription, but it didn`t appear to be listed in my databricks account, only my workspaces from my development subscription were (one of which is using Unity metastore). If an account is tied to a subscription that would suggest we need 2 databricks accounts?
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