Satori for MariaDB

Streamline data security and access in your MariaDB and embrace DataSecOps.

Securing Access to Sensitive Data in MariaDB within Minutes

Satori helps companies streamline access to data in MariaDB by automating access controls and security. With Satori for MariaDB, data teams can implement a wide variety of access controls and enforce security and compliance policies without writing code or changing existing data flows.

Key Benefits

Self-Service & Approval Workflows to MariaDB Data

Satori enables self-service and approval-based access controls, as well as RBAC and ABAC, to simplify access controls. Satori does this without adding code or database objects and without modifying existing data flows. These capabilities streamline access to data so that more users can access data faster while enforcing compliance and security policies.

Security, Compliance, and Privacy Operations for MariaDB

Satori seamlessly integrates into your data operations and automatically applies security, compliance, and privacy policies in MariaDB. Satori continuously identifies and tags PII and other sensitive data, applies relevant policies, and generates compliance reports.

Fine-Grained Access Control Without Code for MariaDB

Satori enforces granular security controls such as row-level security, column-level security, dynamic masking, and ABAC (attribute-based access control). You can apply the access restrictions within minutes, and without writing any codes or adding any database objects. Access controls can be defined in a human-readable UI using an API or with the Terraform provider for Satori.

Capabilities

SIMPLIFIED

Simplified Access Control

Workflows

Decentralized Data Access Workflows

Auditing

Auditing & Monitoring

Classification

Continuous Data Discovery & Classification

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Have Any Questions?

Yes. Satori does not abstract your data or modify your interface or protocol for accessing data.

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