IBM Data Management Solutions
IBM® InfoSphere® Optim™ provides extensive capabilities to manage data across its lifetime by effectively creating right sized subsets of data that have only de-identified data and by managing the overall growth of production databases by archiving stale/old data.
IBM’s InfoSphere® Optim™ suite of solutions helps improve performance, empower collaboration, and support governance across applications, databases, and platforms. By managing data more effectively, organizations can reduce their vulnerability to risk, and make themselves better equipped to meet business goals.
IBM InfoSphere Optim™ Test Data Management
Create production-like test environments
Create right-sized, anonymized test databases, which reflect your actual business processes. And minimized cloning allows you to address defects early in the development process.
Scalability in a single solution
Optim’s TDM solution scales alongside your development and testing requirements, across commonly used applications, databases, operating systems, and hardware platforms.
Manage data at the business-object level
Data is managed at the business-object level to preserve both the relational integrity and original business context. Business objects can be pulled from databases and applications.
Enforce test data management policies
A standard TDM governance process validates that the policies and standards are honored throughout the lifecycle. Integrated governance enables easy-to-use classifications and rules to automatically assign data masking.
Access data analysis capabilities
With a full range of data analysis capabilities, you can capture hidden correlations and bring them into view. Techniques include single-source and cross-source data overlap analysis, advanced matching, key discovery, and transformation logic discovery.
Automate data comparisons and analyze results
An intuitive, online interface with browse utilities helps to eliminate time-consuming, error-prone, table-by-table comparisons by identifying the expected database changes, and uncovering differences that might go undetected.
IBM InfoSphere Optim™ Data Privacy
Mask confidential data on demand
Apply masking techniques to transform PII and confidential corporate data in applications, databases and reports.
Reduce risk and improve governance
Prevent misuse of information by masking, obfuscating, and privatizing personal information that is disseminated across non-production environments.
Implement regulations quickly
Use predefined actionable data privacy classifications and rules to speed data privacy initiatives and provide a compliance report method.
Utilize a testing sandbox
Substitute test environments with realistic, fictionalized data, creating a safe environment for testing that accurately reflects business processes.
IBM InfoSphere Optim™ Data Privacy for Unstructured Data
Mask data across several unstructured formats
Mitigate data breach risks
Accurately test with protected data
Protect across data privacy needs
IBM InfoSphere Optim™ Test Data Fabrication
Accelerate test data production
Produce high-quality synthetic data for testing, development and training at speed.
Reduce risk and potential loss
Minimize the risks related to using sensitive production data, mitigating any potential loss.
Create rules-based data fabrication
Generate secure data for files or databases using rules defined to meet testing needs.
Create realistic quality test data
Eliminate the risk of confidential information leaks. Address GDPR and regulatory issues.
IBM InfoSphere Virtual Data Pipeline
Give DevOps automation tools to bring new software releases to customers quicker.
Catch bugs early in the development lifecycle to enhance product quality and predictability.
Get storage-efficient virtual copies to help ensure storage savings in data centers.
Perform unit testing, automated build testing, and functionality and regression testing.
Expand test coverage
Use a single platform to avoid additional point tools and infrastructure silos.
Protect sensitive data
Get a single ‘golden image’ along with role-based access controls and automated masking.