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ILM Day: Test management, Data archives and Data security discussions and more…

At the Informatica World 2014 pre-conference, the “ILM Day” sessions were packed, with over 100 people in attendance. This attendance reflects the strong interest in data archive, test data management and data security. Customers were the focus of the panel sessions today, taking center stage to share their experiences, best practices and lessons learned from successful deployments.

Both the test management and data archive panels had strong audience interest and interaction. For Test Data Management, the panel topic was “Agile Development by Streamlining Test Data Management”; for data archive, the session tackled “Managing Data Growth in the Era of Application Consolidation and Modernization”. The panels provided practical tactics and strategies to address the challenges and issues in managing data growth, and how to efficiently and safely provision test data. Thank you to the customers, partners and analysts who served on the panels; participating was EMC, Visteon, Comcast, Lowes, Tata Consultancy Services and Neuralytix.

The day concluded with a most excellent presentation from the ILM General Manager, Amit Walia and the CTO of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, Jeff Northrop. Amit provided an executive summary pre-view of Tuesday’s Secure@Source(TM) announcement, while Jeff Northrop provided a thought provoking market backdrop on the issues and challenges for data privacy and security, and how the focus on information security needs to shift to a ‘data-centric’ approach.

A very successful event for all involved!

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