Like other articles in this blog on the connection and configuration of relational databases with the IRI Voracity data management platform — and its ecosystem products: CoSort, NextForm, FieldShield, DarkShield and RowGen — this article details how to reach Vertica sources.
Designing for reuse is a common cost-saving technique used in the software industry that can be applied to IRI SortCL (Sort Control Language)-compatible job design. Designing for reuse can result in a smaller inventory of scripts; and reduce script development, maintenance and execution costs.
In part 4 of this five-part series regarding newly added ASN.1 support in the SortCL program central to the IRI Voracity data management platform and its component structured data processing products — IRI CoSort, NextForm, FieldShield, and RowGen — we take a look specifically at their common graphical user interface (GUI) for job design, IRI Workbench.
In the previous article, new support for SortCL-compatible jobs in the IRI Voracity data processing ecosystem for ASN.1-encoded data files was introduced. This article takes a more in-depth look through sample jobs demonstrating various use cases, ASN.1 encoding rules, schema files, and the Protocol Data Units (PDUs) involved with data defined in ASN.1 schemas.
Abstract: Now that XLS and XLSX files are now also directly supported in IRI FieldShield by virtue of their new /PROCESS (format) support in the CoSort 10.5 SortCL program, IRI Voracity data management platform and standalone data masking users have three different ways to “shield” sensitive data in their spreadsheets.