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  1. About the Enterprise Data Lake Administrator Guide
  2. Introduction to Enterprise Data Lake Administration
  3. Administration Process
  4. User Account Setup
  5. Application Configuration
  6. Roles, Privileges, and Profiles
  7. Data Asset Access and Publication Management
  8. Monitoring Enterprise Data Lake
  9. Backing Up and Restoring Enterprise Data Lake
  10. Managing the Data Lake
  11. Schedule Export, Import and Publish Activities
  12. Data Preparation Service
  13. Enterprise Data Lake Service

Enterprise Data Lake Administrator Guide

Enterprise Data Lake Administrator Guide

Step 1. Set up User Accounts

Step 1. Set up User Accounts

You set up
Enterprise Data Lake
user accounts in the same manner as other user accounts in the Informatica domain. You can create Native user accounts in the Informatica domain or import LDAP user accounts from an LDAP directory service into the domain.
You can set up the following types of user accounts:
Native user accounts
You can create native user accounts for
Enterprise Data Lake
. Native user accounts are created, stored, and managed in the Informatica domain.
LDAP user accounts
If you use LDAP or Kerberos authentication, you can import LDAP user accounts for
Enterprise Data Lake
. Use the Administrator tool to create an LDAP security domain and set up a connection to the LDAP server. Specify the users and groups from the LDAP directory service that can have access to
Enterprise Data Lake
. You can create a synchronization schedule to regularly synchronize the user accounts in the security domain and the LDAP server.
You can organize users into groups and assign privileges and data access based on the requirements of each group.
For more information about creating user accounts in the Informatica domain, see the
Informatica Security Guide
.