AsterionDB Closely Aligns With DoD CyberSecurity Reference Architecture
This document details how closely AsterionDB’s design philosophy and implementation aligns with the DoD’s Cybersecurity Reference Architecture
AsterionDB Presents on Technology to CISA
AsterionDB received the honor and opportunity to demonstrate the AsterionDB Zero-Trust Software Development Platform to the U.S. Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency on February 9th, 2023.
During the presentation we gave an overview of how we implement key Zero-Trust goals
Tutorial – Chapter 5 – Integrating to AsterionDB
Chapter-5 shows you how to integrate to the AsterionDB Digital Bunker
Tutorial – Chapter 4 – Parameters & Error Handling
Chapter-4 explores how error handling is implemented using DbTwig and the patterns promoted by AsterionDB. You also learn about hard data-types and parameter checking.
Tutorial Chapter 3 – Data Layer APIs
Chapter-3 will show you how to create a procedure in a package and call the procedure from Postman. We will also cover some API design highlights and considerations.
Tutorial Chapter 2 – Wiring up DbTwig
Chapter-2 will show you how to wire-up a function in a package to DbTwig and call the function from a browser URL.
Tutorial Chapter 1 – Getting Started
Get started quickly and easily with AsterionDB by watching this video.
In this video we will introduce the AsterionDB Digital Bunker and show you how to start writing applications following the patterns and techniques that power AsterionDB.
The NoFS Initiative by Tim Robertson, V.P. of Technology
The contemporary file system’s organization traces its roots back to the early days of electronic computing, organized similar to the physical filing system it was intended to replace. The physical location of a file is a leaf in a hierarchical tree structure. Security is applied at the level of the container and enforced, typically, through the honor system.
Installing the AsterionDB Digital Bunker
Getting starting with AsterionDB on the Oracle Cloud Marketplace is easy. Experienced users can have a system up and running within 20 minutes.
Ingesting Content From Object Storage
What do you do when you have a bunch of content in an archive file that you need to ingest into AsterionDB? Simple, just unpack the archive file into AsterionDB’s drop directory!
This short video shows you how easy it is to ingest content directly into AsterionDB. One of the useful features in AsterionDB is our ‘drop directory’. Any file that you copy to the drop directory gets ingested directly into the database. We even capture metadata such as the full pathname, creation date etc.