NoSQL security: All content tagged as NoSQL security in NoSQL databases and polyglot persistence
Learn how to protect your CouchDB databases:
Just recently CouchDB has seen a security vulnerability, fixed by the CouchDB 1.0.1 release. While there is no direct connection between this tutorial on CouchDB security and the mentioned security vulnerability, the important thing to remember is: security should always be an educated decision.
I didn’t realize Hadoop has been so long on the market: 5 years. In just a couple of hours, the celebration will start at ☞ Hadoop Summit in Santa Clara.
Yahoo!, the most active contributor to Hadoop, will ☞ open source today two new tools: Hadoop with Security and Oozie, a workflow engine.
Hadoop Security integrates Hadoop with Kerberos, providing secure access and processing of business-sensitive data.This enables organizations to leverage and extract value from their data and hardware investment in Hadoop across the enterprise while maintaining data security, allowing new collaborations and applications with business-critical data.
Oozie is an open-source workflow solution to manage jobs running on Hadoop, including HDFS, Pig, and MapReduce. Oozie — a name for an elephant tamer — was designed for Yahoo!’s rigorous use case of managing complex workflows and data pipelines at global scale. It is integrated with Hadoop Security and is quickly becoming the de-facto standard for ETL (extraction, transformation, loading) processing at Yahoo!.
Update: It looks like the news are not stopping here, Cloudera making ☞ a big announcement accompanying the new release of Cloudera’s Distribution for Hadoop CDHv3 Beta2:
The additional packages include HBase, the popular distributed columnar storage system with fast read-write access to data managed by HDFS, Hive and Pig for query access to data stored in a Hadoop cluster, Apache Zookeeper for distributed process coordination and Sqoop for moving data between Hadoop and relational database systems. We’ve adopted the outstanding workflow engine out of Yahoo!, Oozie, and have made contributions of our own to adapt it for widespread use by general enterprise customers. We’ve also released – this is a big deal, and I’m really pleased to announce it – our continuous data loading system, Flume, and our Hadoop User Environment software (formerly Cloudera Desktop, and henceforth “Hue”) under the Apache Software License, version 2.
Also worth mentioning, going forward Cloudera will also have a commercial offering: ☞ Cloudera Enterprise:
Cloudera Enterprise combines the open source CDHv3 platform with critical monitoring, management and administrative tools that our enterprise customers have told us they need to put Hadoop into production. We’ve added dashboards for critical IT tasks, including monitoring cluster status and activity, keeping track of data flows into Hadoop in real time based on the services that Flume provides, and controlling access to data and resources by users and groups. We’ve integrated access controls with Active Directory and other LDAP implementations so that IT staff can control rights and identities in the same way as they do for other business platforms they use. Cloudera Enterprise is available by annual subscription and includes maintenance, updates and support.