NiFi and SSL for authorization


By default, your NiFi installation is not protected at all. Anyone knowing the hostname of your NiFi hosts can connect to them with a simple web browser.
To protect access to NiFi, by adding user authentication and authorization, you will need to enable SSL. Client-side certificates, generated by the NiFi CA are going to be used not only to setup an encrypted link to the NiFi hosts but also to provide user authentication.
When SSL has been enabled for NiFi, it is no more possible to connect using HTTP.

In the Ambari GUI