Security will always be very important in the world of big data, but the choices today mostly start with Kerberos. Does that mean setting up security is always going to be painful? What if your company standardizes on other security alternatives? What if you want to have the freedom to decide what security type to support?
Yuliya Feldman and Bill ODonnell discuss your options. Frameworks like SASL (simple authentication and security layer) and JAAS (Java authentication and authorization service) let you plug in different security alternatives and even support multiple security types at the same time.
Yuliya Feldman recently joined Dremio Corporation as a principal software engineer, where she works on a number of products and features. Previously Yuliya was at MapR working on MapR admin infrastructure, the MapReduce framework, and YARN. Prior to that, Yuliya worked in diverse areas of satellite image processing, medical robotics, satellite phone communication, ecommerce, and big data.
Bill ODonnell is strategic security architect of security product management at MapR. With over 20 years’ experience in information technology, Bill understands the complexities involved in designing enterprise solutions from every perspective. For the last decade, he has spearheaded secure, flexible, and cutting-edge solutions, most recently as a security senior technology leader at IBM, where he was the chief security architect for IBM WebSphere, authored the company’s Security Intelligence blog, and received over 30 notable awards. Bill has registered 13 patents and is known as a security subject-matter expert at conferences and in publications.
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