Security Issues Of Hadoop Services

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SECURITY ISSUES IN HADOOP SERVICES 10 Security Issues in Hadoop Services Jogendra Chowdari Achanta Adv Web App Using Web Services - CS 525 Professor Kihyun Kim 04/10/2016 Running head: SECURITY ISSUES IN HADOOP SERVICES 1 Abstract Big Data is creating great opportunities for businesses, companies and many large scale and small scale industries. Hadoop is an open-source cloud computing and big data framework, is increasingly used in the IT world. The rapid growth of Hadoop and Cloud Computing clearly indicates its importance as a Big Data enabling technology. Due to the loopholes of security mechanism, the security issues introduced through adaptation of this technology are also increasing. Hadoop services do not authenticate…show more content…
With the use of more sophisticated pattern analysis and with the use of multiple data sources it is easy to detect the threats in early stages of the project itself. Many organizations are fighting with the remaining issues like private issues with the usage of big data. Data privacy is a liability; thus companies must be on privacy defensive. When compared to security, Privacy should consider as a profit making asset because it results in the selling of unique product to customers which results in making money. We need to maintain balance between data privacy and national security. Visualization, controlling and inspection of the network links and ports are required to ensure security. Thus, there is a need to put the ones in insight the loop holes, conflicts, and the contents ready for attacks with respect to cloud computing, and we need to develop a platform and infrastructure which are less protected in attacks. Literature Work Hadoop is one of the open source frameworks, is used as extension to big data analytics framework which are used by a large group of vendors. This type of framework makes work easy for the companies how they?re going to store and can use the data within the digital products as well as physical products (James, M. et al. 2011). We can analyze data using Hadoop, which is emerging as solution to
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