Databricks 2FA


                    Databricks 2FA

you can easily enable 2FA through the identity provider (IdP) you have integrated with Databricks for single sign-on (SSO).

Here’s the general process:

  1. SSO Configuration: Make sure you have SSO configured between Databricks and your IdP (e.g., Okta, Azure Active Directory, Google Workspace). This allows users to log in to Databricks using their existing credentials from the IdP.

  2. Enable 2FA in IdP: Go to your IdP’s administration settings and enable 2FA for your users. This typically involves configuring 2FA methods like one-time codes (OTP) sent via SMS or email, or using authenticator apps.

  3. 2FA for Databricks: Once 2FA is enabled in your IdP, users will be prompted to provide a second authentication factor when logging into Databricks via SSO. This adds an extra layer of security to your Databricks environment.

Specific Instructions for Common IdPs:

  • Azure Active Directory: Follow Microsoft’s documentation on enabling Azure AD Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for your users.
  • Okta: Refer to Okta’s guide on setting up multi-factor authentication.
  • Google Workspace: Follow Google’s instructions on enabling 2-Step Verification.

Alternative: If you’re not using SSO or your IdP doesn’t support 2FA, you can consider third-party solutions like SaasPass that offer 2FA integration for Databricks.

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