IDUG Sponsor: Free Informatica Educational Webinar

Carl Nelson

IDUG Sponsor: Free Informatica Educational Webinar
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Subject: IDUG Sponsor: Free Informatica Educational Webinar

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Event:
Combat Data Explosion:
Optimize Test & Development
A Closer Look at Creating Smaller, Secured
Non-Production Environments
Time:
10:00 AM CT / 11:00 AM ET / GMT 1500
Date:
Wednesday, October 28th
Speakers:
Joshua Alpern, Vice President, ILM Product Specialists, Informatica

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Using full-size copies of the production database for testing and
development has an exponential effect on data growth. You may make as
many as five copies. And not just for one application-but for each
application. Creating and managing all these full-size copies quickly
becomes unwieldy. It significantly increases your IT organization's
storage and maintenance costs. And it can delay application deployment.
Don't forget about security. Copied data is often sensitive or
confidential. And it's often shared among internal, outsourced, or
offshore teams. Having more of your sensitive data in more places
increases the risk of a security breach. In this webinar, you will learn
how to:
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Easily create smaller, targeted, referentially intact databases
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Identify, navigate, and intelligently maintain data relationships no
matter how complex the data model
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Choose transactions created over specific time periods, in specific
functional areas, or within specific geographies
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Mask data to reduce the likelihood of data breaches
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