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What does comprehensive security mean for Hadoop?

Hortonworks and their new security team explain the current status and their plans for a “holistic and comprehensive” security solution for Hadoop:

A comprehensive security approach means that irrespective of how the data is stored and accessed, there should be an integrated framework for securing data. Enterprises may adopt any use case (batch, real time, interactive), but data should be secured through the same standards, and security should be administered centrally and in one place.

✚ If you have only a couple of seconds, focus on the diagram under the section “HDP + XA - Current offering” and skim over the following 4 sections: Authentication, Authorization, Auditing, Data protection


✚ It’s safe to assume this post was meant to introduce Hortonwork’s position to Hadoop security as compared to Cloudera’s (and their collaboration on security aspects with Intel):

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