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Five papers on Recommended SAS 9.4 Security Model Design (part 2 of 2)

by SAS Employee DavidStern on ‎05-25-2017 09:04 AM - edited a month ago by Community Manager (1,076 Views)

About these papers: This is a series of five papers which together present a set of recommended practices for security model design in SAS 9.4.

 

In part 1 of 2, you can find the overview and the main core principles and practices paper.

In this part 2 of 2, you will find papers on core artefacts, and artefacts for deployments which include SAS Data Integration Studio or SAS Visual Analytics.

 

About the author: David Stern is a Principal Technical Architect in SAS’s Global Enablement and Learning (GEL) team. He focuses on platform administration, especially security model design, and promotion and migration between SAS deployments.

 

About the GEL Recommended SAS 9.4 Security Model Design series of papers: This and the other papers in the series are a collection of principles and practical design recommendations which were developed over several years. Considerable portions of content were developed by SAS consultants in Denmark and the wider Nordic region, with contributions from the UK, Australia, the US and Germany. These papers have been widely reviewed and distributed within SAS, and we are delighted to share them with our community of users.

 

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by SAS Employee HrZiller
on ‎05-26-2017 03:24 AM

Awesome work David! Great to get it published here!

regards

Jan

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