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Project Rhino goal: at-rest encryption for Apache Hadoop

Although network encryption has been provided in the Apache Hadoop platform for some time (since Hadoop 2.02-alpha/CDH 4.1), at-rest encryption, the encryption of data stored on persistent storage such as disk, is not. To meet that requirement in the platform, Cloudera and Intel are working with the rest of the Hadoop community under the umbrella of Project Rhino — an effort to bring a comprehensive security framework for data protection to Hadoop, which also now includes Apache Sentry (incubating) — to implement at-rest encryption for HDFS (HDFS-6134 and HADOOP-10150).

Looks like I got this wrong: Apache Sentry will become part of Project Rhino.

Original title and link: Project Rhino goal: at-rest encryption for Apache Hadoop (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.cloudera.com/blog/2014/06/project-rhino-goal-at-rest-encryption/