Security architecture is complex, but these testing strategies help Cloudera customers rely on production-ready results.
Among other things, good security requires user authentication and that authenticated users and services be granted access to those things (and only those things) that they’re authorized to use. Across Apache Hadoop and Apache Solr (which ships in CDH and powers Cloudera Search), authentication is accomplished using Kerberos and SPNego over HTTP and authorization is accomplished using Apache Sentry (the emerging standard for role-based fine grain access control,
Cloudera recently announced formal support for Apache Kafka. This simple use case illustrates how to make web log analysis, powered in part by Kafka, one of your first steps in a pervasive analytics journey.
If you are not looking at your company’s operational logs, then you are at a competitive disadvantage in your industry. Web server logs, application logs, and system logs are all valuable sources of operational intelligence,
An improved Search app in Hue 3.6 makes the Hadoop user experience even better.
Hue 3.6 (now packaged in CDH 5.1) has brought the second version of the Search App up to even higher standards. The user experience has been greatly improved, as the app now provides a very easy way to build custom dashboards and visualizations.
Below is a video demo-ing how to interactively explore some real Apache log data coming from the live Hue demo at cloudera.com/live.
Cloudera Search now supports fine-grain access control via document-level security provided by Apache Sentry.
In my previous blog post, you learned about index-level security in Apache Sentry (incubating) and Cloudera Search. Although index-level security is effective when the access control requirements for documents in a collection are homogenous, often administrators want to restrict access to certain subsets of documents in a collection.
The integration of Apache Sentry with Apache Solr helps Cloudera Search meet important security requirements.
As you have learned in previous blog posts, Cloudera Search brings the power of Apache Hadoop to a wide variety of business users via the ease and flexibility of full-text querying provided by Apache Solr. We have also done significant work to make Cloudera Search easy to add to an existing Hadoop cluster:
- It uses the same pool of data and system resources as other workloads,