TPM-Based Authentication Mechanism for Apache Hadoop

  title={TPM-Based Authentication Mechanism for Apache Hadoop},
  author={Issa M. Khalil and Zuochao Dou and Abdallah Khreishah},
Hadoop is an open source distributed system for data storage and parallel computations that is widely used. It is essential to ensure the security, authenticity, and integrity of all Hadoop’s entities. The current secure implementations of Hadoop rely on Kerberos, which suffers from many security and performance issues including single point of failure, online availability requirement, and concentration of authentication credentials. Most importantly, these solutions do not guard against… 
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