Compare Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting vs. Redgate Data Masker

Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting is ranked 21st in Data Masking while Redgate Data Masker is ranked 17th in Data Masking. Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting is rated 0, while Redgate Data Masker is rated 0. On the other hand, Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting is most compared with , whereas Redgate Data Masker is most compared with Delphix.
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Overview

Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting extracts entire copies or subsets of application data from the database, and masks sensitive data so that the data can be safely shared with test, development, and partners.

Data Masker can be used to mask data on any server that will run a SQL Server database. Data Masker is server neutral. It connects via the Microsoft supplied ADO software to the target database. The server side operating system is largely irrelevant to it.

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