Govern and Secure Big Data for the Enterprise
By Peter Jeffcock-Oracle on Jun 25, 2014
Hadoop security used to be an oxymoron up there with “diet ice-cream” or even “airline food”. The thought was that since Hadoop was not used for storing particularly sensitive data, security was less of an issue. And anyway, as the ecosystem was evolving rapidly, there were many other things that needed attention.
Well, one of the things that really needs attention now is enterprise security. As Hadoop projects move into production, it’s clear that the data increasingly being stored there is important. Developing and implementing security and governance policies around Hadoop is critical. And while there are projects underway that do this for Hadoop, they are not fully mature and gaps remain.
Oracle Database has a robust security model that is well suited to meet enterprise needs. What if we could extend that security umbrella to Hadoop?
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