Release Notes 2023
January 26, 2023
- Snowflake table grants is generally available. Let Immuta manage privileges on your Snowflake tables instead of manually granting table access to users. With Snowflake table grants enabled, Snowflake Administrators don't have to manually grant table access to users; instead, Immuta manages privileges on Snowflake tables and views according to the subscription policies on the corresponding Immuta data sources.
- Starburst Integration v2.0 (Public Preview): Immuta’s Starburst integration v2.0 allows you to access policy-protected data directly in your Starburst catalogs without rewriting queries or changing your workflows. Instead of generating policy-enforced views and adding them to an Immuta catalog that users have to query (like in the legacy Starburst integration), Immuta policies are translated into Starburst rules and permissions and applied directly to tables within users’ existing catalogs.
Deprecated items remain in the product with minimal support until they are removed from the product.
- External Masking
January 23, 2023
Snowflake, Redshift, and Azure Synapse integrations:
- If a combined global subscription policy was applied to a data source and a user updated a global data policy (create, update, delete) that also applied to that data source, the data policy was not applied to the data source. Consequently, a user querying that table could see values of masked columns in plaintext.
- If an existing global subscription policy and an existing global data policy applied to the same data source, then modifications to that data source (or the creation of a new data source targeted by those policies), only the global subscription policy was applied to the data source. Consequently, a user querying that table could see values of masked columns in plaintext.
- Editing a schema project to a database that already exists fails.