In order to continue the series “Big Data and Stream Processing 101”, I created a little video to show the most basic operation of Apache Ranger: Apache Ranger can do much more, but the most basic operation is creating a single policy for a single resource and a single user.
It’s not best practice to give single users access to certain resources. For productive setups you’d look more into giving certain roles access to certain resources or tags. But that’s not being discussed here.
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