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TLSV1 Vulnerability for spectrum conductor Cluster
We are getting TLSV1 Vulnerability on GPU Cluster other CPU cluster, Could you please review and let us know how it fix this ASAP?Current java on GPU Cluster : /usr/lib/jvm/java-1.8.0-openjdk-188.8.131.52.b10-0.el7_6.ppc64le/jre//bin/java
Address security concern related to user notebook folders in spectrum conductor
Spectrum conductor is being used in the bank for workload/resource management for spark cluster and would like to see a new enhancement to improve the security of the user data stored within the jupyter notebook folder. Currently the notebook fold...
As part of Logstash Vulnerability remediation ->we would like to upgrade logstash version to 7.4, current version after Spectrum upgraded to 2.4.1 is 7.2. Also one more point, once delivered the patch it would be good, it deletes the older vers...
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