Chapter 1. Introducing Oracle NoSQL Database Security

Oracle NoSQL Database can be configured securely. In a secure configuration, network communications between NoSQL clients, utilities, and NoSQL server components are encrypted using SSL/TLS, and all processes must authenticate themselves to the components to which they connect.

There are two levels of security to be aware of. These are network security, which provides an outer layer of protection at the network level, and user authentication/authorization. Network security is configured at the file system level typically during the installation process, while user authentication/authorization is managed through NoSQL utilities.

You can use the default Oracle NoSQL Database features to configure security in the following areas for your Oracle NoSQL Database installation:

In addition, Keeping Oracle NoSQL Database Secure provides guidelines that you should follow when you secure your Oracle NoSQL Database installation.