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At the core of secure data management, CrateDB employs Role-Based Access Control (RBAC). This system is designed to manage user access and privileges throughout our database platform effectively. In the RBA strategy for role allocation, each role is assigned specific privileges. These privileges define the level of access to various resources within CrateDB.

CrateDB recognizes four types of privileges that can be assigned to users and roles:

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CrateDB Architecture Guide

This comprehensive guide covers all the key concepts you need to know about CrateDB's architecture. It will help you gain a deeper understanding of what makes it performant, scalable, flexible and easy to use. Armed with this knowledge, you will be better equipped to make informed decisions about when to leverage CrateDB for your data projects. 


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