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securing phoenix tables in non kerberos clusters

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securing phoenix tables in non kerberos clusters

Is there a way to secure phoenix tables in a non kerberos environment. Alos how to make of username and password while accessign phoenix

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Re: securing phoenix tables in non kerberos clusters

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You can use Multi-tenant tables to create user specific connections. More detail here:

https://phoenix.apache.org/multi-tenancy.html

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