Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting Overview

Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting is the #6 ranked solution in our list of top Data Masking tools. It is most often compared to IBM Guardium Data Protection: Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting vs IBM Guardium Data Protection

What is Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting?

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.

Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting is also known as Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting Pack.

Oracle Data Masking and Subsetting Buyer's Guide

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Program Manager at a energy/utilities company with 5,001-10,000 employees
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Jul 30, 2020
Stable with good support but the single-sign on could be improved

What is our primary use case?

The primary use case of this solution is for data masking. In order to confirm that the data was good, we added a lot of data modeling to ensure the quality. Once that was confirmed, it could be added to the dictionary glossary that needed to be maintained.

Pros and Cons

  • "This solution delivers the value that it is supposed to deliver."
  • "There are not a lot of templates available to use, so we had to start many things from scratch."

What other advice do I have?

The initial setup depends on the client's needs and it will differ from client to client. Most are not looking for on-premises solutions. Rather, they are looking for cloud-based solutions. If they decide that they want to sacrifice the ability to connect it to the cloud, we would need to download the data and make it available in a local drive to be able to digest it. Our client had security concerns and didn't want to use a proxy. It's possible that they have already migrated to the cloud. For our client's needs, it would be rated a nine out of ten, but for me personally, I feel that thereā€¦
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