Partnerworks Office Hours: Dynamic Security & Data Governance in HDP 2.5

Presented by

Srikanth Venkat Senior Director of Security & Sean Roberts, Partner Engineering EMEA, Hortonworks

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The integration of Apache Ranger and Apache Atlas is driving the creation of a classification-based access security policies in Hadoop. The Atlas project is a data governance and metadata framework for the Hadoop platform that includes contributions from end users and vendors. The Ranger project provides central security policy administration, auditing, authorization, authentication, and data encryption for Hadoop ecosystem projects such as HDFS, Hive, HBase, Storm, Solr, Kafka,NiFi and YARN. When Atlas and Ranger are used together, system administrators can define flexible metadata tag-based security policies to protect data in real-time. In this month’s Partnerworks Office Hours we will discuss the Security & Governance capabilities of HDP 2.5 with integration Apache Ranger & Apache Atlas. As usual we will leave plenty of time for your questions & further discussion. Topics covered: - Classification-based Policies - Location-based Policies - Time-based Policies - Prohibition-based Policies - Hive Row Level Security & Dynamic Data Masking: - Broader Atlas eco-system support

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