How to Implement Role Level Connection Auth in Pivot and Druid

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  • Kyle

    Hi Ian - great article!

    Just a note here - In Imply Cloud, there is an `imply` authenticator/authorizer added to Druid. This authenticator/authorizer is utilized by Pivot (in Cloud) and overrides the `basic` authenticator/authorizer. This means any users or roles added to Druid in Imply Cloud are ignored in Pivot.

    In order to disable this `imply` authenticator/authorizer in Pivot and use the `basic` one, we need to add a configuration for Pivot in the Cloud Manager like: 

    implyTokenSecret: ""

    This enables the use of Druid users and roles with auth tokens as your article describes.

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