The most critical part of test lifecycle has always been its Data Management. Do you know why is it so? While Testing any application the amount of data that is generated is enormous. Reporting needs to generate of those testing data, which gets stored on a cloud platform. This is where Cloud Data Management comes in place, it manages the data across cloud platforms, either with or instead of on-premises storage. The cloud is useful to store the report of Test Data Management for disaster recovery, or backup. This makes the Data Management process easy and automated.
Here are The 3 top Cloud Data Management Trend that you can expect in 2018:
Artificial Intelligence – Powered Data Management
Machine Learning for data protection and analysis has provided valuable business opportunities. Highly capable machines using Artificial Intelligence Applications can solve problems with available data. AI has started becoming a major digital driver for reinventing both the customer’s experience and the business models. In future AI is going to be more secure and most preferred for Test Data Management.
Machine Learning use cases are rapidly growing in the Data Management industry. It uses robots and sensor-driven machines which are overtaking the human functions. Data Management cannot be counted as a separate industry sector as now it pervades in each and every industry. The best solution for every organization to store and manage their data is to save their data on cloud platform which makes the use of data more accurate.
Accelerated Cloud Adoption
In spite of not being the new technology, Cloud Computing is still a young technology. Most of the organizations have been cautious about data migration, especially critical data. Now, this mentality is changing and more use of Cloud Platform is seen. Now a huge number of organizations are after cloud- the first solution for a variety of reasons. The only motive of the organizations to switch to cloud is that cloud includes disaster recovery, data accessibility, and improved flexibility.
There are many cloud tools which can make it exploit new ways of cloud such as, development/testing, and DR, without letting it sacrifice the user control, which leads the businesses to get advantages by the cloud strategies.
GDPR stands for “General Data Protection Regulation”. All the companies around the world must restructure their entire data management strategy to comply with the GDPR. These strict regulations are designed to protect identifiable data of EU residents, this will come into effect in May 2018. The companies which will fail to achieve GDPR compliance before the deadline will be asked to pay stiff penalties.
GDPR requires the consent of subjects for data processing. It anonymizes collected data to protect privacy. Data breach notifications are also provided. Many companies need to appoint a data protection officer to oversee the GDPR compliance.
The above trends are the latest Cloud Data Management trends which help in managing data to the Test Data Management team of any organization. These trends can be updated after its usage increases in all the enterprises.