Top Trends Driving Test Data Management: Democratize, Automate, and Protect

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Wes Floyd, Director Solution Engineering at K2View; Larry King, Director Sales at K2View

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Traditional test data management (TDM) practices are slow, rigid, and no longer adequate for their DevOps processes. Agile enterprises increasingly find their existing methods and tools for test data provisioning to be barriers for rapid and high-quality software delivery. Join this webinar to learn how best-in-class enterprises are leveraging a new approach to democratize, automate, and protect test data, while integrating test data delivery into their CI/CD pipelines. We will cover the critical components of a modern TDM strategy, while referencing the methods and tools used by AT&T to scale their TDM practice, including: - Automating test data provisioning to dynamic testing environments - Masking unstructured data, including voice, images, and documents to be compliant with data privacy regulations - Rolling back and restoring test data on demand, to enable multiple testing cycles - Empowering distributed testing teams with self-service data provisioning - Integrating test data management processes into existing CI/CD pipelines

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