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Collibra and Snowflake for Data Access Policy enforcement

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Overview

Sharing controlled and secure data access across Snowflake from your analytic, machine learning and ETL services.

A metadata archive and a Spring Boot web application that takes requests from Collibra and consume Snowflake jdbc connections to create and update object tags, attach and detach object tags to resources (columns), grant and revoke roles to and from Snowflake account users with data security in mind.

Requirements and user stories:

  • As the data lake admin, I want to add and remove data classifications to Snowflake resources so I can enable fine-grained access controls
  • As the data lake admin, I want to add and remove data categories to Snowflake resources so I can enable fine-grained data access controls
  • As the data lake admin, I want to know what classifications and categories are and have been granted to each available Snowflake resource
  • As the data consumer I want to request and have access granted to given named resources so I can leverage data for competitive advantage
  • As the data consumer I want to know of all my data access requests which data access requests have or have not been granted and the reasons
  • As the data steward or data owner I want to share controlled secure access to the right data to the right user, so I protect available sensitive data
  • As the data steward or data owner I want to know of all the data access requests which requests have or have not been granted and the reasons

Collibra and Snowflake enables data platform teams to provide secure data access at scale, service the enterprise governance requirements, and enable self-service data analytics to increase usage and adoption of the data lake and ensure its success within the enterprise. Collibra and Snowflake enforces data access policies at run-time, so each user will only see the data they are authorized to view. Access restrictions can be applied at the table and column, and Snowflake allows for a variety of de-identification types, including masking, redaction, tokenization. Technical stewards (and owners if no steward assigned) are prompted to grant the requesting user access to resources.

To receive support on this item, you can engage our Professional Services team or post any questions in the Data Citizens Community.

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Release Notes

October 2021 updates:

  • updated init.sql
  • updated cma file
  • updated document
Compatibility
  • Collibra Cloud
  • Snowflake JDBC Driver 3.13.3
  • Java Development Kit v1.11
  • Spring Boot framework v2.5.0
Dependency
  • Snowflake JDBC Driver 3.13.3
  • Java Development Kit v1.11
  • Spring Boot framework v2.5.0
License and Usage Requirements
  • Collibra Catalog

Release History

Version 1.0.1
October 4, 2021
Release Notes

September 2021 updates:

  • updated init.sql
  • updated cma file
  • updated license file
Compatibility
  • Collibra Cloud
  • Snowflake JDBC Driver 3.13.3
  • Java Development Kit v1.11
  • Spring Boot framework v2.5.0
Dependency
  • Snowflake JDBC Driver 3.13.3
  • Java Development Kit v1.11
  • Spring Boot framework v2.5.0
License and Usage Requirements
  • Collibra Catalog
Version 0.0.1
September 24, 2021
Release Notes

initial version v0.0.1

Compatibility
  • Collibra Cloud
  • Snowflake JDBC Driver 3.13.3
Dependency
  • Snowflake JDBC Driver 3.13.3
  • Java Development Kit v1.11
  • Spring Boot framework v2.5.0
License and Usage Requirements
  • Collibra Catalog

To receive support on this item, you can engage our Professional Services team or post any questions in the Data Citizens Community.

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