"Building short, medium and long term Test Data Management Strategy" - Lunch Meeting, 13th Sept 12, New York

Press Release   •   Jul 25, 2012 10:33 BST

Grid-Tools, the leading test data management vendor, are inviting IT leaders to attend a lunch meeting in New York on September, 13th, 2012 to discuss emerging trends in test data management and the growing importance of an end-to-end test data strategy.

With the increasing complexity of IT environments, and the need for faster application delivery, test data provisioning plays an important role in any organization's IT strategy. The fast advancement of Cloud services, Virtualization and Agile development, as well as tougher data compliance regulations, requires a holistic approach when it comes to test data management.

Huw Price, Managing Director of Grid-Tools, will present an overview of how to successfully build a short, medium and long term Test Data Management Strategy - one that scales to meet growing business needs. He will discuss the key elements in a TDM strategy, including data subsetting, masking, generation, design and analysis.

Art Johnson, Senior Managing Director, Global Enterprise Architecture at Cushman & Wakefield will discuss how a holistic test data management strategy fulfils his goals and objectives when re-developing and integrating a complex IT environment.

The presentations will be followed by lunch, giving the opportunity to informally chat and network with peers.

The event will be held at the prestigious Terrace Club in Manhattan, NYC.

For more information, or to register, follow the link


Who are Grid-Tools?

The leading test data management vendor internationally; specializing in test data management tools and solutions.

Headquartered in Oxford, UK (with offices in Chicago and India), Grid-Tools specializes in data masking, data creation and test data management tools, solutions and services. Our experienced personnel have been writing and developing solutions for large companies in both the private and public sectors for nearly 30 years.