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Friday, August 10, 2012

Guardium End-user Translation - De-mystified

Five methods for identifying application end users associated with database activity

IBM developerWorks® Features Information Insights

John Haldeman, Guardium Software Engineer with Information Insights, was featured on IBM developerWorks®. Haldeman writes that many organizations today have data auditing requirements that make it mandatory to be able to identify which application end users are executing specific database transactions. In an environment where a connection pool is being used to enhance performance, it can be a challenge to identify the end user. Learn five methods for solving this fundamental governance problem using IBM® InfoSphere® Guardium®, and understand which of these methods is most applicable for your environment.

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