Tim Gorman, Delphix
IaaS cloud vendors, such as AWS, prefer that everyone migrate to the cloud, but what often happens is that non-production migrates for cost reasons while production stays on-premises. This phased path to the cloud can leave IT with a split personality: production on-premises on legacy proprietary UNIX platforms, non-production in the cloud on commodity Linux platforms.
Because the security risk on non-production systems is much higher than production, there is a requirement to mask personally identifiable information or confidential data before it is copied to non-production. Data virtualization employs thin cloning, snapshots, and network-attached data presentation, reducing cloning from hours or days to minutes. But there is more: your legacy UNIX (i.e. AIX, Solaris, HP-UX) databases aren't going anywhere off-premises because the cloud is based on Intel (i.e. Linux, Windows). So what to do?
In this session, learn how data virtualization and data masking make "split-brain IT" not just possible but desirable.
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