Satori, creator of the Universal Data Access Service for cloud-based data stores and infrastructure, is adding support for three of the most popular relational databases—MySQL, CockroachDB, and MariaDB—allowing users to now control access to data stored in these databases in a streamlined, secure, and non-disruptive way.
“Our customers were asking for a scalable way to provide secure and frictionless access to MySQL, without slowing down innovation and hindering business growth,” said Yoav Cohen, CTO, Satori. “As new choices like CockroachDB and MariaDB see rapid adoption within the enterprise, we also saw the need to meet the growing demand for managing access to sensitive data in these databases while realizing the vision of universal data access. Now Satori customers can hook into these popular services alongside other leading data platforms including Amazon Redshift and Snowflake, without having to build such capabilities themselves.”
MySQL holds over 44% of the relational database market, according to the vendor. MariaDB is one of the most popular community-developed open source relational databases.
CockroachDB by Cockroach Labs is a distributed SQL database for cloud applications with hundreds of companies using it all over the globe.
Satori is streamlining unified access to sensitive data while enhancing security across all these widely-used platforms—without requiring any changes in the data, schema or queries, according to the company.
Users can connect a MySQL, CockroachDB or MariaDB server to Satori within minutes and gain the following capabilities across all data stores:
- Application of universal security policies with no code or changes to data, schema or queries
- Management of access universally
- User and data profiling for compliant monitoring and reporting of sensitive data
Satori support for MySQL, CockroachDB and MariaDB is available immediately.
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