In Databricks, you can use access control lists (ACLs) to configure permission to access data tables, clusters, pools, jobs, and workspace objects like notebooks, experiments, and folders.
All admin users can manage access control lists, as can users who have been given delegated permissions to manage access control lists.
This section describes the tasks that admin users perform to enable and disable access control.
Table, cluster, pool, job, and workspace access control are available only in the Premium plan (or, for customers who subscribed to Databricks before March 3, 2020, the Operational Security package).
An admin can also manage access to Databricks REST APIs by giving or denying users the ability to generate access tokens, and can grant or deny users the ability to use Databricks user credentials to access external Databricks services, like the Ideas Portal or the Help Center.
This section covers:
- Enable workspace object access control
- Enable cluster access control for your workspace
- Enable pool access control for your workspace
- Enable jobs access control for your workspace
- Enable table access control for your workspace
- Manage personal access tokens
- Enable authentication to external Databricks services