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We want inject "real" customer databases, typically ERP databases, into our continuous integration processes in order to extend our automated tests coverage.
Yet, since this data is highly sensitive, we can't do it with the "raw" data, we would need to anonymize the data first. For ex:
- replace all e-mails by email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
- replace all user names by made-up names user001, user002 etc
The databases are large, it's going to take us forever if we do that at by hand. Does anyone knows a tool to do that?
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Friday, June 01, 2007
You could evaluate this tool.. http://www.datamasker.com.
(expensive but adaptable)
Princeton Relational Tools.
Many folks just hash the names to make new ones that start with the same initial letter, and trim it to the same length.
So the name "Peter" would probably end up as "Pytkv"
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