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Introducing hybrid entry mode for AWS Glue Knowledge Catalog to safe entry utilizing AWS Lake Formation and IAM and Amazon S3 insurance policies


AWS Lake Formation helps you centrally govern, safe, and globally share information for analytics and machine studying. With Lake Formation, you may handle entry management in your information lake information in Amazon Easy Storage Service (Amazon S3) and its metadata in AWS Glue Knowledge Catalog in a single place with acquainted database-style options. You should utilize fine-grained information entry management to confirm that the precise customers have entry to the precise information right down to the cell stage of tables. Lake Formation additionally makes it easier to share information internally throughout your group and externally. Additional, Lake Formation integrates with AWS analytics companies similar to Amazon Athena, Amazon Redshift Spectrum, Amazon EMR, and AWS Glue ETL for Apache Spark. These companies enable querying Lake Formation managed tables, thus serving to you extract enterprise insights from the info shortly and securely.

Earlier than the introduction of Lake Formation and its database-style permissions for information lakes, you needed to handle entry to your information within the information lake and its metadata individually by way of AWS Id and Entry Administration (IAM) insurance policies and S3 bucket insurance policies. With an IAM and Amazon S3 entry management mechanism, which is extra complicated and fewer granular in comparison with Lake Formation, you want extra time emigrate to Lake Formation as a result of a given database or desk within the information lake may have its entry managed by both IAM and S3 insurance policies or Lake Formation insurance policies, however not each. Additionally, numerous use circumstances function on the info lakes. Migrating all use circumstances from one permissions mannequin to a different in a single step with out disruption was difficult for operations groups.

To ease the transition of knowledge lake permissions from an IAM and S3 mannequin to Lake Formation, we’re introducing a hybrid entry mode for AWS Glue Knowledge Catalog. Please consult with the What’s New and documentation. This characteristic allows you to safe and entry the cataloged information utilizing each Lake Formation permissions and IAM and S3 permissions. Hybrid entry mode permits information directors to onboard Lake Formation permissions selectively and incrementally, specializing in one information lake use case at a time. For instance, say you have got an present extract, remodel and cargo (ETL) information pipeline that makes use of the IAM and S3 insurance policies to handle information entry. Now you wish to enable your information analysts to discover or question the identical information utilizing Amazon Athena. You may grant entry to the info analysts utilizing Lake Formation permissions, to incorporate fine-grained controls as wanted, with out altering entry in your ETL information pipelines.

Hybrid entry mode permits each permission fashions to exist for a similar database and tables, offering higher flexibility in the way you handle consumer entry. Whereas this characteristic opens two doorways for a Knowledge Catalog useful resource, an IAM consumer or position can entry the useful resource utilizing solely one of many two permissions. After Lake Formation permission is enabled for an IAM principal, authorization is totally managed by Lake Formation and present IAM and S3 insurance policies are ignored. AWS CloudTrail logs present the entire particulars of the Knowledge Catalog useful resource entry in Lake Formation logs and S3 entry logs.

On this weblog submit, we stroll you thru the directions to onboard Lake Formation permissions in hybrid entry mode for chosen customers whereas the database is already accessible to different customers by way of IAM and S3 permissions. We are going to overview the directions to set-up hybrid entry mode inside an AWS account and between two accounts.

State of affairs 1 – Hybrid entry mode inside an AWS account

On this situation, we stroll you thru the steps to start out including customers with Lake Formation permissions for a database in Knowledge Catalog that’s accessed utilizing IAM and S3 coverage permissions. For our illustration, we use two personas:  Knowledge-Engineer, who has coarse grained permissions utilizing an IAM coverage and an S3 bucket coverage to run an AWS Glue ETL job and Knowledge-Analyst, whom we’ll onboard with high quality grained Lake Formation permissions to question the database utilizing Amazon Athena.

State of affairs 1 is depicted within the diagram proven under, the place the Knowledge-Engineer position accesses the database hybridsalesdb utilizing IAM and S3 permissions whereas Knowledge-Analyst position will entry the database utilizing Lake Formation permissions.

Conditions

To arrange Lake Formation and IAM and S3 permissions for a Knowledge Catalog database with Hybrid entry mode, you need to have the next conditions:

  • An AWS account that isn’t used for manufacturing purposes.
  • Lake Formation already arrange within the account and a Lake Formation administrator position or an analogous position to observe together with the directions on this submit. For instance, we’re utilizing an information lake administrator position known as LF-Admin. To study extra about establishing permissions for an information lake administrator position, see Create an information lake administrator.
  • A pattern database within the Knowledge Catalog with just a few tables. For instance, our pattern database is known as hybridsalesdb and has a set of eight tables, as proven within the following screenshot. You should utilize any of your datasets to observe alongside.

Personas and their IAM coverage setup

There are two personas which might be IAM roles within the account: Knowledge-Engineer and Knowledge-Analyst. Their IAM insurance policies and entry are described as follows.

The next IAM coverage on the Knowledge-Engineer position permits entry to the database and desk metadata within the Knowledge Catalog.

{
    "Model": "2012-10-17",
    "Assertion": [
        {
            "Effect": "Allow",
            "Action": [
                "glue: Get*"
            ],
            "Useful resource": [
                "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<account-id>:catalog",
                "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<account-id>:database/hybridsalesdb",
                "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<account-id>:table/hybridsalesdb/*"
            ]
        }
    ]
}

The next IAM coverage on the Knowledge-Engineer position grants information entry to the underlying Amazon S3 location of the database and tables.

{
    "Model": "2012-10-17",
    "Assertion": [
        {
            "Sid": "AllowDataLakeBucket",
            "Effect": "Allow",
            "Action": [
                "s3:ListBucket",
                "s3:GetBucketLocation",
                "s3:Put*",
                "s3:Get*",
                "s3:Delete*"
            ],
            "Useful resource": [
                "arn:aws:s3:::<bucket-name>",
                "arn:aws:s3:::<bucket-name>/<prefix>/"
            ]
        }
    ]
}

The Knowledge-Engineer additionally has entry to the AWS Glue console utilizing the AWS managed coverage arn:aws:iam::aws:coverage/AWSGlueConsoleFullAccess and regressive iam:Passrole to run an AWS Glue ETL script as under.

{
    "Model": "2012-10-17",
    "Assertion": [
       {
           "Sid": "PassRolePermissions",
           "Effect": "Allow",
           "Action": [
               " iam:PassRole" ],
           "Useful resource": [  
		   "arn:aws:iam::<account-id>:role/Data-Engineer"
            ]
        }
    ]
}

The next coverage can be added to the belief coverage of the Knowledge-Engineer position to permit AWS Glue to imagine the position to run the ETL script on behalf of the position.

{
    "Model": "2012-10-17",
    "Assertion": [
        {
            "Effect": "Allow",
            "Principal": {
                "Service": "glue.amazonaws.com"
            },
            "Action": "sts:AssumeRole"
        }
    ]
}

See AWS Glue studio arrange for extra permissions required to run an AWS Glue ETL script.

The Knowledge-Analyst position has the info lake primary consumer permissions as described in Assign permissions to Lake Formation customers.

{
"Model": "2012-10-17",
"Assertion": [
    {
        "Effect": "Allow",
        "Action": [
            "glue:GetTable",
            "glue:GetTables",
            "glue:GetTableVersions",
            "glue:SearchTables",
            "glue:GetDatabase",
            "glue:GetDatabases",
            "glue:GetPartitions",
            "lakeformation:GetDataAccess",
            "lakeformation:GetResourceLFTags",
            "lakeformation:ListLFTags",
            "lakeformation:GetLFTag",
            "lakeformation:SearchTablesByLFTags",
            "lakeformation:SearchDatabasesByLFTags"
        ],
        "Useful resource": "*"
    }
    ]
}

Moreover, the Knowledge-Analyst has permissions to jot down Athena question outcomes to an S3 bucket that isn’t managed by Lake Formation and Athena console full entry utilizing the AWS managed coverage arn:aws:iam::aws:coverage/AmazonAthenaFullAccess.

{
    "Model": "2012-10-17",
    "Assertion": [
        {
            "Effect": "Allow",
            "Action": "s3:ListAllMyBuckets",
            "Resource": "*"
        },
        {
            "Effect": "Allow",
            "Action": [
                "s3:ListBucket",
                "s3:GetBucketLocation"
            ],
            "Useful resource": [
                "arn:aws:s3:::<athena-results-bucket>"
            ]
        },
        {
            "Impact": "Permit",
            "Motion": [
                "s3:Put*",
                "s3:Get*",
                "s3:Delete*"
            ],
            "Useful resource": [
                "arn:aws:s3:::<athena-results-bucket>/*"
            ]
        }
    ]
}

Arrange Lake Formation permissions for Knowledge-Analyst

Full the next steps to configure your information location in Amazon S3 with Lake Formation in hybrid entry mode and grant entry to the Knowledge-Analyst position.

  1. Register to the AWS Administration Console as a Lake Formation administrator position.
  2. Go to Lake Formation.
  3. Choose Knowledge lake places from the left navigation bar beneath Administration.
  4. Choose Register location and supply the Amazon S3 location of your database and tables. Present an IAM position that has entry to the info within the S3 location. For extra particulars see Necessities for roles used to register places.
  5. Choose the Hybrid entry mode beneath Permission mode and select Register location.
  6. Choose Knowledge lake places beneath Administration from the left navigation bar. Evaluate that the registered location reveals as Hybrid entry mode for Permission mode.
  7. Choose Databases from Catalog on the left navigation bar. Select hybridsalesdb. You’ll choose the database that has the info within the S3 location that you simply registered within the previous step. From the Actions drop down menu, choose Grant.
  8. Choose Knowledge-Analyst for IAM customers and roles. Below LF-Tags or catalog sources, choose Named Knowledge Catalog sources and choose hybridsalesdb for Databases.
  9. Below Database permissions, choose Describe. Below Hybrid entry mode, choose the checkbox Make Lake Formation permissions efficient instantly. Select Grant.
  10. Once more, choose Databases from Catalog on the left navigation bar. Select hybridsalesdb. Choose Grant from the Actions drop down menu.
  11. On the Grant window, choose Knowledge-Analyst for IAM customers and roles. Below LF-Tags or catalog sources, select Named Knowledge Catalog sources and choose hybridsalesdb for Databases.
  12. Below Tables, choose the three tables named hybridcustomer, hybridproduct, and hybridsales_order from the drop down.
  13. Below Desk permissions, choose Choose and Describe permissions for the tables.
  14. Choose the checkbox beneath Hybrid entry mode to make the Lake Formation permissions efficient instantly.
  15. Select Grant.
  16. Evaluate the granted permissions by choosing the Knowledge lake permissions beneath Permissions on the left navigation bar. Filter Knowledge permissions by Principal = Knowledge-Analyst.
  17. On the left navigation bar, choose Hybrid entry mode. Confirm that the opted in Knowledge-Analyst reveals up for the hybridsalesdb database and the three tables.
  18. Signal out from the console because the Lake Formation administrator position.

Validating Lake Formation permissions for Knowledge-Analyst

  1. Register to the console as Knowledge-Analyst.
  2. Go to the Athena console. For those who’re utilizing Athena for the primary time, arrange the question outcomes location to your S3 bucket as described in Specifying a question consequence location.
  3. Run preview queries on the desk from the Athena question editor.

Validating IAM and S3 permissions for Knowledge-Engineer

  1. Signal out as Knowledge-Analyst and signal again in to the console as Knowledge-Engineer.
  2. Open the AWS Glue console and choose ETL jobs from the left navigation bar.
  3. Below Create job, choose Spark script editor. Select Create.
  4. Obtain and open the pattern script supplied right here.
  5. Copy and paste the script into your studio script editor as a brand new job.
  6. Edit the catalog_id, database, and table_name to fit your pattern.
  7. Save and Run your AWS Glue ETL script by offering the IAM position of Knowledge-Engineer to run the job.
  8. After the ETL script succeeds, you may choose the output logs hyperlink from the Runs tab of the ETL script.
  9. Evaluate the desk’s schema, high 20 rows, and the entire variety of rows and columns from the AWS CloudWatch logs.

Thus, you may add Lake Formation permissions to a brand new position to entry a Knowledge Catalog database with out interfering with one other position that’s accessing the identical database by way of IAM and S3 permissions.

State of affairs 2 – Hybrid entry mode arrange between two AWS accounts

This can be a cross-account sharing situation the place an information producer shares a database and its tables to a shopper account. The producer gives full database entry for an AWS Glue ETL workload on the patron account. On the identical time, the producer shares just a few tables of the identical database to the patron account utilizing Lake Formation. We stroll you thru how you should use hybrid entry mode to help each entry strategies.

Conditions

  • Cross-account sharing of a database or desk location that’s registered in hybrid entry mode requires the producer or the grantor account to be in model 4 of cross-account sharing within the catalog setting to grant permissions on the hybrid entry mode useful resource. When shifting from model 3 to model 4 of cross-account sharing, present Lake Formation permissions aren’t affected for database and desk places which might be already registered with Lake Formation (Lake Formation mode). For brand new information set location registration in hybrid entry mode and new Lake Formation permissions on this catalog useful resource, you’ll need model 4 of cross-account sharing.
  • The patron or recipient account can use different variations of cross-account sharing. In case your accounts are utilizing model 1 or model 2 of cross-account sharing and if you wish to improve, observe Updating cross-account information sharing model settings to first improve the catalog setting of cross-account sharing to model 3, earlier than upgrading to model 4.

The producer account arrange is just like that of situation 1 and we talk about the additional steps for situation 2 within the following part.

Arrange in producer account A

The patron Knowledge-Engineer position is granted Amazon S3 information entry utilizing the producer’s S3 bucket coverage and Knowledge Catalog entry utilizing the producer’s Knowledge Catalog useful resource coverage.

The S3 bucket coverage within the producer account follows:

{
    "Model": "2012-10-17",
    "Assertion": [
        {
        "Sid": "data engineer role permissions",
        "Effect": "Allow",
        "Principal": {
            "AWS": "arn:aws:iam::<consumer-account-id>:role/Data-Engineer"
        },
        "Action": [
            "s3:GetLifecycleConfiguration",
            "s3:ListBucket",
            "s3:PutObject",
            "s3:GetObject",
            "s3:DeleteObject"
        ],
        "Useful resource": [
            "arn:aws:s3:::<producer-account-databucket>",
            "arn:aws:s3:::<producer-account-databucket>/*"
        ]
        }
    ]
}

The Knowledge Catalog useful resource coverage within the producer account is proven under. You additionally want the glue:ShareResource IAM permission for AWS Useful resource Entry Supervisor (AWS RAM) to allow cross-account sharing.

{
"Model" : "2012-10-17",
"Assertion" : [
    {
    "Effect" : "Allow",
    "Principal" : {
        "AWS" : "arn:aws:iam::<consumer-account-id>:role/Data-Engineer"
    },
    "Action" : "glue:Get*",
    "Resource" : [
        "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<producer-account-id>:catalog", 
        "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<producer-account-id>:database/hybridsalesdb", 
        "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<producer-account-id>:table/hybridsalesdb/*"
    ]
    },
    {
        "Impact" : "Permit",
        "Principal" : {
        "Service" : "ram.amazonaws.com"
        },
        "Motion" : "glue:ShareResource",
        "Useful resource" : [
            "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<producer-account-id>:table/*/*", 
            "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<producer-account-id>:database/*", 
            "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<producer-account-id>:catalog"
        ]
        }
    ]
}

Setting the cross-account model and registering the S3 bucket

  1. Register to the Lake Formation console as an IAM administrator position or a job with IAM permissions to the PutDataLakeSettings() API. Select the AWS Area the place you have got your pattern information set in an S3 bucket and its corresponding database and tables within the Knowledge Catalog.
  2. Choose Knowledge catalog settings from the left navigation bar beneath Administration. Choose Model 4 from the dropdown menu for Cross account model settings. Select Save.
    Be aware: If there are some other accounts in your atmosphere that share catalog sources to your producer account by way of Lake Formation, upgrading the sharing model may affect them. See <title of documentation web page> for extra data.
  3. Signal out as IAM administrator and signal again in to the Lake Formation console as a Lake Formation administrator position.
  4. Choose Knowledge lake places from the left navigation bar beneath Administration.
  5. Choose Register location and supply the S3 location of your database and tables.
  6. Present an IAM position that has entry to the info within the S3 location. For extra particulars about this position requirement, see Necessities for roles used to register places.
  7. Select the Hybrid entry mode beneath Permission mode, after which select Register location.
  8. Choose Knowledge lake places beneath Administration from the left navigation bar. Affirm that the registered location reveals as Hybrid entry mode for Permission mode.

Granting cross-account permissions

The steps to share the database hybridsalesdb to the patron account are just like the steps to arrange situation 1.

  1. Within the Lake Formation console, choose Databases from Catalog on the left navigation bar. Select hybridsalesdb. Choose your database that has the info within the S3 location that you simply registered beforehand. From the Actions drop down menu, choose Grant.
  2. Choose Exterior accounts beneath Principals and supply the patron account ID. Choose Named catalog sources beneath LF-Tags or catalog sources. Select hybridsalesdb for Databases.
  3. Choose Describe for Database permissions and for Grantable permissions.
  4. Below Hybrid entry mode, choose the checkbox for Make Lake Formation permissions efficient instantly. Select Grant.

Be aware: Deciding on the checkbox opts-in the patron account Lake Formation administrator roles to make use of Lake Formation permissions with out interrupting entry to the patron account’s IAM and S3 entry for a similar database.

  1. Repeat step 2 as much as database choice to grant permission to the patron account ID for desk stage permission. Choose any three tables from the drop-down menu for desk stage permission beneath Tables.
  2. Choose Choose beneath Desk permissions and Grantable permissions. Choose the checkbox for Make Lake Formation permissions efficient instantly beneath Hybrid entry mode. Select Grant.
  3. Choose the Knowledge lake permissions  on the left navigation bar. Confirm the granted permissions to the patron account.
  4. Choose the Hybrid entry mode on the left navigation bar. Confirm the opted-in sources and principal.

You have got now enabled cross-account sharing utilizing Lake Formation permissions with out revoking entry to the IAMAllowedPrincipal digital group.

Arrange in shopper account B

In situation 2, the Knowledge-Analyst and Knowledge-Engineer roles are created within the shopper account just like situation 1, however these roles entry the database and tables shared from the producer account.

Along with arn:aws:iam::aws:coverage/AWSGlueConsoleFullAccess and arn:aws:iam::aws:coverage/CloudWatchFullAccess, the  Knowledge-Engineer position additionally has permissions to create and run an Apache Spark job in AWS Glue Studio.

Knowledge-Engineer has the next IAM coverage that grants entry to the producer account’s S3 bucket, which is registered with Lake Formation in hybrid entry mode.

{
    "Model": "2012-10-17",
    "Assertion": [
        {
            "Sid": "AllowDataLakeBucket",
            "Effect": "Allow",
            "Action": [
                "s3:ListBucket",
                "s3:GetBucketLocation",
                "s3:GetLifecycleConfiguration",
                "s3:Put*",
                "s3:Get*",
                "s3:Delete*"
            ],
            "Useful resource": [
                "arn:aws:s3:::<producer-account-databucket>/*",
                "arn:aws:s3:::<producer-account-databucket>"
            ]
        }
    ]
}

Knowledge-Engineer has the next IAM coverage that grants entry to the patron account’s whole Knowledge Catalog and producer account’s database hybridsalesdb and its tables.

{
    "Model": "2012-10-17",
    "Assertion": [
        {
            "Effect": "Allow",
            "Action": [
                "glue:*"
            ],
            "Useful resource": [
                "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<consumer-account-id>:catalog",
                "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<consumer-account-id>:database/*",
                "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<consumer-account-id>:table/*/*",

            ]
        },
        {
            "Impact": "Permit",
            "Motion": [
                "glue:Get*"
            ],
            "Useful resource": [
                "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<producer-account-id>:catalog",
                "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<producer-account-id>:database/hybridsalesdb",
                "arn:aws:glue:<Region>:<producer-account-id>:table/hybridsalesdb/*"
            ]
        }
    ]
}

The Knowledge-Analyst has the identical IAM insurance policies just like situation 1, granting primary information lake consumer permissions. For extra particulars, see Assign permissions to Lake Formation customers.

Accepting AWS RAM invitations

  1. Register to the Lake Formation console as a Lake Formation administrator position.
  2. Open the AWS RAM console. Choose Useful resource shares from Shared with me on the left navigation bar. It’s best to see two invitations from the producer account, one for database stage share and one for desk stage share.
  3. Choose every invite, overview the producer account ID, and select Settle for useful resource share.

Granting Lake Formation permissions to Knowledge-Analyst

  1. Open the Lake Formation console. As a Lake Formation administrator, you need to see the shared database and tables from the patron account.
  2. Choose Databases from the Knowledge catalog on the left navigation bar. Choose the radio button on the database hybridsalesdb and choose Create useful resource hyperlink from the Actions drop down menu.
  3. Enter rl_hybridsalesdb because the title for the useful resource hyperlink and go away the remainder of the choices as they’re. Select Create.
  4. Choose the radio button for rl_hybridsalesdb. Choose Grant from the Actions drop down menu.
  5. Grant Describe permissions on the useful resource hyperlink to Knowledge-Analyst.
  6. Once more, choose the radio button on rl_hybridsalesdb from the Databases beneath Catalog within the left navigation bar. Choose Grant on track from the Actions drop down menu.
  7. Choose Knowledge-Analyst for IAM customers and roles, preserve the already chosen database hybridsalesdb.
  8. Choose Describe beneath Database permissions. Choose the checkbox for Make Lake Formation permissions efficient instantly beneath Hybrid entry mode. Select Grant.
  9. Choose the radio button on rl_hybridsalesdb from Databases beneath Catalog within the left navigation bar. Choose Grant on track from the Actions drop down menu.
  10. Choose Knowledge-Analyst for IAM customers and roles. Choose All tables of the database hybridsalesdb. Choose Choose beneath Desk permissions.
  11. Choose the checkbox for Make Lake Formation permissions efficient instantly beneath Hybrid entry mode.
  12. View and confirm the permissions granted to Knowledge-Analyst from the Knowledge lake permissions tab on the left navigation bar.
  13. Signal out as Lake Formation administrator position.

Validate Lake Formation permissions as Knowledge-Analyst

  1. Signal again in to the console as Knowledge-Analyst.
  2. Open the Athena console. For those who’re utilizing Athena for the primary time, arrange the question outcomes location to your S3 bucket as described in Specifying a question consequence location.
    • Within the Question Editor web page, beneath Knowledge, choose AWSDataDatalog for Knowledge supply.  For Tables, choose the three dots subsequent to any of the desk names. Choose Preview Desk to run the question.
  3. Signal out as Knowledge-Analyst.

Validate IAM and S3 permissions for Knowledge-Engineer

  1. Signal again in to the console as Knowledge-Engineer.
  2. Utilizing the identical steps as situation 1, confirm IAM and S3 entry by operating the AWS Glue ETL script in AWS Glue Studio.

You’ve added Lake Formation permissions to a brand new position Knowledge-Analyst, with out interrupting present IAM and S3 entry to Knowledge-Engineer for a cross-account sharing use-case.

Clear up

For those who’ve used pattern datasets out of your S3 for this weblog submit, we advocate eradicating related Lake Formation permissions in your database for the Knowledge-Analyst position and cross-account grants. You can too take away the hybrid entry mode opt-in and take away the S3 bucket registration from Lake Formation. After eradicating all Lake Formation permissions from each the producer and shopper accounts, you may delete the Knowledge-Analyst and Knowledge-Engineer IAM roles.

Issues

At present, solely a Lake Formation administrator position can choose in different customers to make use of Lake Formation permissions for a useful resource, since opting in consumer entry utilizing both Lake Formation or IAM and S3 permissions is an administrative process requiring full information of your organizational information entry setup. Additional, you may grant permissions and choose in on the identical time utilizing solely the named-resource technique and never LF-Tags. For those who’re utilizing LF-Tags to grant permissions, we advocate you utilize the Hybrid entry mode possibility on the left navigation bar to choose in (or the equal CreateLakeFormationOptin() API utilizing the AWS SDK or AWS CLI) as a subsequent step after granting permissions.

Conclusion

On this weblog submit, we went by way of the steps to arrange hybrid entry mode for Knowledge Catalog. You discovered the best way to onboard customers selectively to the Lake Formation permissions mannequin. The customers who had entry by way of IAM and S3 permissions continued to have their entry with out interruptions. You should utilize Lake Formation so as to add fine-grained entry to Knowledge Catalog tables to allow what you are promoting analysts to question utilizing Amazon Athena and Amazon Redshift Spectrum, whereas your information scientists can discover the identical information utilizing Amazon Sagemaker. Knowledge engineers can proceed to make use of their IAM and S3 permissions on the identical information to run workloads utilizing Amazon EMR and AWS Glue. Hybrid entry mode for the Knowledge Catalog permits a wide range of analytical use-cases in your information with out information duplication.

To get began, see the documentation for hybrid entry mode. We encourage you to take a look at the characteristic and share your suggestions within the feedback part. We stay up for listening to from you.


In regards to the authors

Aarthi Srinivasan is a Senior Huge Knowledge Architect with AWS Lake Formation. She likes constructing information lake options for AWS clients and companions. When not on the keyboard, she explores the newest science and know-how developments and spends time along with her household.

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