To help you get to know Databricks, you can try it out for free. You can choose between Databricks Platform Free Trial and Community Edition subscriptions. This topic describes these options and how to sign up and manage your subscription.
Databricks Platform Free Trial is more flexible, but Databricks uses compute and S3 storage resources in your AWS account. During the sign-up process you grant Databricks privileges to access your AWS account and an S3 bucket. When you register for the trial, you can request credit for free AWS resources. When your free trial ends you receive an email informing you that you are automatically enrolled in the Databricks Standard Plan and can add optional features.
Databricks Community Edition is fully resourced; you are not required to supply any compute or storage resources. You can cancel your Databricks Community Edition subscription at any time in the Account Console.
You can cancel any Databricks subscription at any time in the Account Console.
Click GET STARTED - FREE. You’ll see the registration form.
Fill in the registration form.
To get free AWS credits, click learn more.
Fill out the PoC credit application and click Submit. Wait until you are contacted by Databricks before you continue with the trial registration process.
Click Sign Up.
When you receive the Welcome to Databricks email, click the link to verify your mail address. The Account Owner Login page opens with your credentials filled in.
Click Start Trial.
Fill in your Billing Details and click Next Step.
Follow the steps in AWS Account to configure your AWS account information.
Follow the steps in AWS Storage to configure your AWS storage information.
Agree to the Terms of Service and click Deploy. The deployment link displays.
Click the deployment link to log into Databricks.
Go to Quickstart and run the quick start.
- Click GET STARTED.
- Fill in the registration form.
- Click Sign Up.
- Read the Terms of Service and click Agree.
- When you receive the Welcome to Databricks email, click the link to verify your mail address.
- Log into Databricks using the credentials you supplied when you registered.
- Go to Quickstart and run the quick start.
When you sign up for a Databricks platform free trial, you are on the Standard Plan. For additional security features, you can add the Operational Security package to the Standard Plan or convert to the Enterprise Plan. These options offer the following features:
- Operational Security
- Role-based access control for notebooks, clusters, jobs, and structured data
- Single sign-on (SSO) with SAML 2.0 support
- JDBC/ODBC authentication
- Enterprise Plan
- Single-tenant deployment
- Audit logs
- Customer-provided KMS key for encrypting data
- No public IPs for worker nodes
- Restricted network access for end users
- Customized CIDR range of deployment
- AWS GovCloud
Log into your account using the username and password that you used when you created the account.
Click Databricks Plans.
- Operational Security: In the box labeled ADD-ON: DATABRICKS ENTERPRISE SECURITY, click the link.
- Enterprise Plan: In the box labeled Enterprise Plan, click the button.
For both options, you’ll see a confirmation dialog:
Dismiss the dialog. An account representative will contact you.