Git Integration with VSTS
Azure Databricks should support Git Integration with VSTS. Right now there is only Github and Bitbucket.
Paul Ruler commented
+1 for the "allow Git integration with DevOps service other than the Databricks AD tenant" feature.
We have also hit this issue whereby the Databricks services we are deploying and using are homed to a different AD tenant to our Azure DevOps Git repos.
Lauri Lehman commented
Please allow Git integration with DevOps service other than the Databricks AD tenant. We develop our application in the customer tenant, but the source code is maintained in our own tenant. Currently Databricks must be located in the same tenant as DevOps: https://docs.azuredatabricks.net/user-guide/notebooks/azure-devops-services-version-control.html
"The Azure DevOps Services organization must be linked to the same Azure AD tenant as Databricks."
The implementation of this is extremely buggy and loses code left and right. Zero adoption on my team after one week of losing code and watching local dev overwrite pull requests into respository and pull requests then overwrite the note book development.
Please actually do a full repository syncronization, not this hacking one source to anywhere implementation.
Kyle Weller - Microsoft commented
This feature is now available, thanks for your feedback!
Yatharth Gupta commented
We are working on planning this out, as a workaround you can use the CLI to push notebooks to VSTS GIT
Sebastien Thomas commented
This seems fairly obvious now that it is on the Microsoft platform.