Satori provides multiple deployment options to support the operational and security requirements of organizations.
Data Access Controller as a Service
For organizations looking to offload the operational overhead of hosting a DAC, Satori provides a DAC as a service deployment option. Organizations don't have to manage compute, storage or worry about software upgrades and patching, which are handled by Satori transparently. Organizations use a DAC in the same public cloud region as the data store, and data never traverses outside of the region. DAC as a service supports any type of data store, IaaS, PaaS and DBaaS.
IaaS and PaaS Data Stores
For data stores hosted in the organization's VPC, like AWS Redshift or AWS RDS.
DBaaS Data Stores
For data stores as a service like Snowflake or Google BigQuery.
Customer Hosted Data Access Controller
For organizations looking to own all aspects of operating a Satori DAC, Satori provides a customer-hosted DAC. Customer-hosted DACs are identical to SaaS DACs, but require customers to download, deploy and upgrade the software, as well as maintain the infrastructure the DAC requires.
Before customer-hosted DACs can be deployed in the customer environment Satori needs to approve and authorize each DAC. The status of customer-hosted DACs in the customer account can be viewed in the Data Access Controllers page of the Settings section. On the same page, customers can download available software versions. The deployment package contains a Helm chart that is generated by the management console for each DAC. The package contains readme.txt with detailed installation instructions.
Follow these guides for specific details on hosting a Satori DAC based on the cloud provider: