Friday 13th September, 2013
2:30pm to 3:00pm
This session will cover Test Data Management principles, will also share some real life implementation experiences:
— Prerequisites to implement such solution in general (e.g. documented relational data model, how to use existing relational relationships, what to do if the relational relationships are defined only on application level etc.)
— What's necessary to extract from the production system (schema or data or both), how to define the correct traversal process (e.g. from parent to child and optionally back)
— Why the correct table and column mapping between production source and test target is important and which methods can be used
— How to manage the sensitive data and which methods to use to do the correct masking, why is important to preserve PK/FK relationships even if PK will be masked etc.
— How to create the subset of the test data based on existing relational model etc.
IBM Information Management Database Specialist, Community of Practice CEE
Jan Musil is working for IBM from 2001 as a database specialist with focus on Informix technologies. Currently is working as a member of Community of Practice for CEE supporting Informix, Guardium and Optim. He has more then 20 years experiences with database technologies mainly with Informix technologies where worked as programmer, database administrator and also almost 6 years as a technical support leader.
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