In a previous post I talked a bit about automation concerns and Azure databricks. One of the key considerations, from a security perspective anyways, when deploying Azure databricks is VNET injection. The goal of this post is to chat a bit more about that feature. Many azure PaaS services are offering VNET injection type features. Effectively, this feature allows the “service” to deploy it’s resources directly in to one of your VNETs, allowing you to use the service while providing your own security “around” that service.