Use InfoSphere Guardium Universal Feed to create a customized data activity monitoring solution, Part 2, Creating a feed for a user-defined data source

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Indrani Ghatare, Joe DiPietro, Ury Segal, and Kathryn Zeidenstein

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: November 08, 2012

New databases and new applications are continually being created and adopted to meet specific organizational needs. The requirement for data protection and auditing capabilities is required by mandate and is more critical than ever. The InfoSphere® Guardium® data protection solution is extensible to enable the integration of a variety of new databases and sources into its platform, providing a consistent enterprise-wide monitoring solution. In this series, you learn how to integrate event logs from any software into InfoSphere Guardium using Guardium Universal Feed. Part 1 describes how to create a feed for a relational data source. In this article, you will learn how to create a feed for any arbitrary data source. Learn to upload event descriptions into the Guardium repository and how to use the reporting capability for event data. This article includes a sample event description file and sample program.

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