As data increasingly forms the foundation for competitive differentiation in enterprises, they are constantly challenged to identify trusted data assets to base their key business decisions on. In order for organizations to make effective business decisions, organizations need to have trusted data assets that they can impute the right value to and use responsibly while satisfying any organizational or regulatory mandates.
In this talk, we will cover the latest innovations in open source technologies in the security and governance focus areas. We will outline how open source innovations can be leveraged by enterprises to deliver better business value to their customers with their data while satisfying compliance obligations which call for increased scrutiny and focus on data security and responsible stewardship and governance of their customer’s data. We will highlight the latest advances from open source projects Apache Knox, Apache Ranger and Apache Atlas that enable enterprises with a robust big data scale set of capabilities in the areas of authentication, authorization, audits, data protection, metadata management and information governance.
Together, these innovations will help enterprises with a rich set of tools to manage enterprise-wide authentication challenges in a hybrid multi-cloud data universe, to set rational data security and protection policies across disparate data sources, to build a catalog to classify and govern the plethora of enterprise data assets, and ultimately to empower data scientists, analysts and the data governance teams with trusted data for decision making.