Universal Cloud Data Compatibility

Immuta is the only product on the market that has integrations with every major cloud data platform and service, ensuring consistent and comprehensive data protection across your cloud environment.

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Cross-Platform Policy Management

Immuta’s universal, standard policy layer gives organizations the power to control access to data across multiple cloud data platforms and services, obviating the complexity of bespoke, platform-specific controls, and enabling consistent policy enforcement with portability across public clouds.

Uniform Fine-Grained Authorization for Column-, Row-, and Cell-level Security

Immuta uniquely provides fine-grained access control at the column-, row-, and cell-level, with consistent native enforcement across all leading cloud data platforms. Data within protected rows or cells will dynamically appear, change, or disappear based on access control policies that Immuta enforces dynamically at query time, without impacting performance.

Scalable Global Policies

Data engineering and privacy teams spend too much time updating and recreating policies as data sets evolve. Immuta eliminates the burden by enabling teams to author policies that reference metadata catalogs or business glossaries instead of physical tables and columns. This means that teams can create a policy once and enforce and scale it dynamically across all cloud data platforms.

Universal Cloud Compatibility

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is cloud compatibility?

    Cloud compatibility generally refers to the ability of a platform or service to work on-premises as well as on cloud data platforms. Cross-platform compatibility or universal cloud compatibility more specifically refers to a cloud platform or service that is vendor neutral. This type of cloud compatibility enables organizations to adopt the best technologies for their data needs while avoiding vendor lock-in. As the trend toward investing in multiple cloud data platforms continues, universal cloud compatibility will become an increasingly important capability for maximizing the value of those platforms.

  • What are the different cloud platforms?

    There are three major public cloud platforms: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). These platforms are managed and maintained by their respective vendors, as opposed to private clouds, which individual organizations are responsible for managing and maintaining. Each of the major public cloud platform providers offers a range of services and integrations, enabling flexible compute, storage, and networking capabilities at scale.

  • What are cloud capabilities?

    Cloud platforms offer a range of capabilities that enable flexibility, scalability, and cost efficiency for data engineering and operations teams looking to maximize their data’s value. The major capabilities of leading cloud providers include compute, storage, and networking. As cloud adoption and use has become more prolific, the separation of compute and storage has allowed organizations to manage and utilize data more efficiently and to scale data analytics more easily.

  • What are critical capabilities for cloud management platforms?

    With an increasing number of organizations adopting cloud data platforms, there is a need for effective management frameworks that enable safe, efficient data usage. It is critical that these frameworks encompass a range of capabilities, including dynamic data access control, metadata management, data provisioning, and quality control. Similarly, the framework should include security capabilities like policy enforcement, auditing, and masking and anonymization. Lastly, universal cloud compatibility allows for a dynamic and multifaceted management model that helps guarantee ease of use and scalability.

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