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From Andrew Wang <andrew.w...@cloudera.com>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Merge fs-encryption branch to trunk
Date Fri, 15 Aug 2014 19:15:27 GMT
With 4 binding +1s, 3 non-binding +1s, no -1s, the vote passes. Thanks
everyone who gave feedback at this stage, particularly Sanjay and Suresh.
I should add that this vote will run for the standard 7 days for a
non-release vote, so will close at 12PM Pacific on August 15th.

On Fri, Aug 8, 2014 at 11:45 AM, Andrew Wang <andrew.wang@cloudera.com>

> Hi all,
> I'd like to call a vote to merge the fs-encryption branch to trunk.
> Development of this feature has been ongoing since March on HDFS-6134 and
> HADOOP-10150, totally approximately 50 commits.
> The fs-encryption branch introduces support for transparent, end-to-end
> encryption within an "encryption zone". Each file stored within an
> encryption zone is automatically encrypted and decrypted with a unique key.
> These per-file keys are encrypted with an encryption key only accessible by
> the client, ensuring that only the client is able to decrypt sensitive
> data. Furthermore, there is support for native, hardware-accelerated AES
> encryption. For further details, please see the design doc on HDFS-6134.
> In terms of merge readiness, we've posted some successful consolidated
> patches to the JIRA for Jenkins runs. distcp and fs -cp support has also
> recently been completed, allowing users to securely copy encrypted files
> without first decrypting them. There is ongoing work to add support for
> WebHDFS, HttpFS, and other alternative access methods. Stephen Chu has also
> posted a test plan, and has already identified a few issues that have been
> fixed.
> Design and development of this feature was also a cross-company effort
> with many different contributors.
> I'd like to thank Charles Lamb, Yi Liu, Uma Maheswara Rao G, Colin McCabe,
> and Juan Yu for their code contributions and reviews. Alejandro Abdelnur
> was also instrumental, doing a lot of the design work and as well as
> writing most of the Hadoop Key Mangement Server (KMS). Finally, I'd like to
> thank everyone who gave feedback on the JIRAs. This includes Owen, Sanjay,
> Larry, Mike Y, ATM, Todd, Nicholas, and Andy, among others.
> With that, here's my +1 to merge this to trunk.
> Thanks,
> Andrew

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