Compare Privacy Analytics Eclipse vs. Redgate Data Masker

Privacy Analytics Eclipse is ranked 25th in Data Masking while Redgate Data Masker is ranked 17th in Data Masking. Privacy Analytics Eclipse is rated 0, while Redgate Data Masker is rated 0. On the other hand, Privacy Analytics Eclipse is most compared with , whereas Redgate Data Masker is most compared with Delphix.
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Privacy Analytics Eclipse can de-identify structured data from a variety of sources.

It can be used to de-identify billions of records concurrently.

From large data warehouses to smaller datasets, Privacy Analytics Eclipse can manage many data concerns.

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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