This page shows the Test Data Activity for Database Cloning. Learn how to set-up and configurate the Database Cloning Activity.
Data cloning is a technique used in database management where an exact copy or clone of a database, or a portion of it, is created for purposes such as testing, debugging, or development. This process allows developers to work with realistic data in a sandbox environment without affecting the original production data. Cloning can target specific, interesting data subsets or reproduce bug data, providing a more accurate context for troubleshooting or feature development. By creating these safe, identical data environments, data cloning ensures comprehensive testing and development while mitigating the risk of unintentional data modification or exposure in the production database.
We're working on the tutorial for Database cloning, and it will be here shortly. In the mean-time, speak to an expert at Curiosity.