Apart from creating a new cluster, you can also start a previously terminated cluster. This lets you re-create a previously terminated cluster with its original configuration.
You can start a cluster from the
Cluster detail page
You can also invoke the Start API endpoint to programmatically start a cluster.
Azure Databricks identifies a cluster with a unique cluster ID. When you start a terminated cluster, Databricks re-creates the cluster with the same ID, automatically installs all the libraries, and re-attaches the notebooks.
If you are using a Trial workspace and the trial has expired, you will not be able to start a cluster.