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IDP Management

IDP stands for Intelligent Data Processor. IDP is the core component in PK Protect. DSM Administrator connects with the desired IDP (File IDP, HBase IDP, Hive IDP, Cloud IDP etc.). Then, the IDP connect to the data stores that need to be scanned or masked. It validates users, route requests to the appropriate IDP, convey results back to the user, and logs all activities for auditing purposes.

You can define the connection to an IDP before physically installing it, but you must know the IP address of the respective host machine and the port number that will be used.

The default port number for some of the PK Protect IDPs are:

  1. Azure Cloud IDP – 8081

  2. Azure Data IDP – 8111

  3. DBMS Detection IDP – 8889

  4. DBMS Masking IDP – 8888

  5. DgWalker IDP – 8084

  6. File IDP – 8222

  7. Google BigQuery IDP – 37777

  8. Google Cloud IDP – 8081

  9. HBase IDP – 7777

  10. Hadoop Controller IDP – 8089

  11. Hadoop Data IDP – 8111

  12. Hive IDP – 9980

  13. NoSQL Detection IDP – 8786

  14. Privacy IDP – 8884

  15. S3 Cloud IDP – 8081

  16. S3 IDP – 8111

To manage the IDPs in the application, click the IDPs option in the left side pane. The IDP Management screen is depicted below:

This screen display IDP details such as, ID, IDP Name, Hostname/IP, Port Number, IDP Type etc.

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