Database Subsetting Concepts
What is Database Subsetting?
It is the process of creating referentially correct cut down “subset” versions of Oracle databases. Our solution, Databee, provides easy to use mechanisms for the identification of relationships, the extraction and the subsequent loading of data from a “master” database to one or many subsets which are most likely to be used for test, training and development.
To save time and money. Using small, easily refreshed subsets of production data as test and development environments can considerably reduce your maintenance costs. (more info)
Simple rules model the relationships between the data columns. You request a base set of data and DataBee does everything necessary to ensure that all of the supporting data is extracted from the source database and loaded into the target. (more info)
Is a trial version available?
Of course. A complete and fully functional copy of DataBee is available for evaluation purposes – just download it.
How do I get started?
The best approach is to spend a little time with us, going through the creation of a set of subsetting rules on one of our own databases. Once you've got the concepts in mind you'll find it easy to approach and address your own databases with confidence.
What platforms and databases does DataBee support?
Everything Oracle. The DataBee software is installed on a Windows PC, there are no server side components and all Oracle server versions and operating systems are supported.