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Simple and safe access management for databases

With companies investing in data democratization and engineering teams adopting Infrastructure-as-Code, the number of databases and users and services with access to them is growing very rapidly. Instead of a tightly managed group of Oracle servers managed by DBAs, critical company data lives across a massive number of RDS and CloudSQL instances wrapped around MySQL, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, etc and data lakes comprising of Snowflake, S3, Redshift, BigQuery, etc.

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• Keeping a 1:1 ratio of users to database accounts is operationally difficult, so it’s not often practiced

• Sharing database account causes companies to lose visibility into who is doing what with sensitive data

• It is possible to grant database access in a way that’s operationally easy, without sacrificing visibility or security

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