Security & Governance
Enforce organizational policy, manage roles and permissions and meet compliance regulations, all while creating a fully detailed audit trail of all activities.
Define who can do what and where
Who has access to the production database? Who can move versions forward from one environment to another? Define roles and permissions for each user, specifying the precise access granted to all databases. Map and control access across environments, services, and teams.
Easily enforce the separation of duties, detailing which projects and what environments can be changed. Set as many or as few as you like.
Customize database activity policies
The platform provides dozens of out-of-the-box policies and supports the addition of custom project-specific or global policies as well. Policy rules are fully customizable and can assist in enforcing organizational rules within the database.
Examples of rules you can set include: operations that are allowed/forbidden, naming and coding conventions, the timing of production deployments, protection from data loss and many more. You can also select the type of notifications for policy breach attempts.
Comply with federal and international regulations
Keeping tabs on all activity and permissions assists in assuring your organization’s compliance with international regulations such as SOX, HIPAA and GDPR.
Controlling permissions and policies assists in meeting external requirements of database security, integrity and privacy.
Tightening security around databases is a demonstrable measure of meeting stringent regulations.
Keep a complete audit history of all changes made
A detailed history of all database activities carried out in all environments will be kept automatically, ensuring that compliance audits can be run as smoothly as possible.
All changes and attempted changes are logged, detailing who they were made by, complete with detailed information about the user. DBmaestro creates a complete and comprehensive catalog of all user, deployment and pipeline actions.
No more “whodunnit?” in your database.