Use Optim software to manage privatized test data from design to deployment

Integrating InfoSphere Data Architect, Optim Development Studio, and Optim Test Data Management to enforce privacy standards

From the developerWorks archives

Shawn Moe

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: October 15, 2009

With Optim™ Development Studio 2.2, built-in integration with Optim Test Data Management enables developers and database administrators to use copy-and-paste function to generate an Optim Test Data Management request. The request can then be used for the efficient creation of a consistent, right-sized, referentially intact subset of data for testing. This methodology also enables you to enforce data privacy standards that were originally defined in the data model that used InfoSphere™ Data Architect. Developers can see which columns are private to ensure that the generated script enforces the requirement to include the Optim Data Privacy option for de-identifying private data. This article offers an end-to-end example scenario depicting a data architect, a database administrator, and a developer completing the steps needed for the solution.

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