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Oracle welcomes customers to OCI Lake public beta

Blog: Oracle BPM

OCI Lake provides fine-grained access control to all resources in a data lake’s object store. Users can set access rules by roles such as business users, analysts, data owners, administrators, data scientists, and programmers, and they will automatically have the same rights as other members of their group. The access rights can be set for all object storage, by bucket, by object, or by field, using standard SQL data definition language.

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