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Friday, September 14, 2012

Gazzang Secures Cloudera Distribution of Hadoop, MongoDB

Earlier this week, Gazzang and Cloudera publicly announced an official partnership, providing the Big Data industry with a first-of-its-kind offering ... a commercially supported encrypted Hadoop distribution!  Check out that spiffy Gazzang logo right there in the mix with our esteemed friends at Ubuntu and PuppetLabs!

We have certified Gazzang's eCryptfs-based transparent filesystem encryption solution, zNcrypt, running under the Cloudera Distribution of Hadoop (CDH), protecting all of the data at rest.

We at Gazzang are really quite proud of this milestone and our unique opportunity to really help secure enterprises leveraging Big Data.

It quite nicely aligns with our partnership with 10gen as well, where we have also certified zNcrypt protecting MongoDB NOSQL data as well.  Once again, we feel we're in quite good company with our colleagues at Canonical and Red Hat, working with 10gen.

Here's to building an ecosystem around security and privacy of this next generation of applications leveraging NOSQL and Big Data!


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