Diego Loureda reviews a simplified version of the day of a developer and a QA engineer using Delphix to add data to their pipelines. Using Self Service, we will assign one container to the pipeline and create others for final users, developers, and QA. This way, the pipeline can provide the data needed for any test or development phase, and also create bookmarks and share them with the other container users.
Sometimes we find that pipelines may need to be executed hundreds of times a day or in parallel by many different users. For these advanced integrations, we created the pooling approach. We will create an abstraction layer for the data, controlled by an external control file, allowing us to provide the exact data needed in each pipeline (full dataset from production, masked copy of production, subset of production data, synthetic data, et cetera) at any point in time, and not adding any time to the pipeline execution time.