AWS Lake Formation is a service that allows data platform users to set up a secure data lake in days. Creating a data lake with Presto and AWS Lake Formation is as simple as defining data sources and what data access and security policies you want to apply. In this talk, Wen will walk through the recently announced AWS Lake Formation and Ahana integration.
Apache Parquet is the major columnar file storage format used by Apache Presto and several other query engines in many big data analytic frameworks today. In a lot of use cases, a portion of the column data is highly sensitive and must be protected. Column encryption at the file format level is supported in the Parquet community. Due to the rewritten code of Parquet in Presto, Parquet column encryption at Presto needs to be ported with modifications to the Presto code page. And the integration with Key Management Service (KMS) and other query engines like Hive and Spark is another challenge. In this talk, we will show the work we have done for enabling Presto for Parquet column decryption including challenges, solutions, integration with Hive/Spark Parquet column encryption and look forward to the next step of encryption work.
Apache Ranger has been the user’s choice to support authorization in various data platforms from small-scale to enterprise-grade production environments. At Ahana, engineers are working on the Presto-Ranger integration, aiming to support global fine-grained data access control across all catalogs for Presto, while also providing auditing and monitoring of user access. We would like to collaborate with the Privacera and share our learnings, what we developed so far, and also hope to shed light on the future work of the Ranger Presto Plugin with Apache Ranger committer.
AWS Lake Formation is a service that allows data platform users to set up a secure data lake in days. Creating a data lake with Presto and Lake Formation is as simple as defining data sources and what data access and security policies you want to apply. At Ahana and Amazon, engineers are working on Presto and Lake Formation integration to support Authorization on Presto. This means that Presto clusters will be enforce data permissions on user queries against Lake Formation backed data lakes, which is a tightly integrated Lake Formation, AWS Glue, and Amazon S3 data lake stack. In this session we will present high level design, our leanings, future plans and demo how data platform users can use Lake Formation integration to support fine-grained data access controls on Presto.