In a typical DARM environment characterised by heterogeneity and distribution, it is quite likely that data will exist on servers with different operating systems.
The estimation of the response time for a given DARM task based on the above principle of similarity matching is as follows: the DARM request is done by the user through the user interface, the user interface passes the request to the ARMCA at the agent zone (AZ), the ARMCA processes the request as specified by the user, determines the number of data sites involved, obtains the statistics about the size of the data to be mined and statistics about the sites computational resources and its current load.
The work also introduced an intelligent agent-based optimizer for determining analytically the response time of DARM through similarity matching based on past mining tasks.
Preparation Stage: The DARM server through the ARMCA (resident in the agent zone) multicasts MAARMs (Mobile Agent-Based Association Rule Miners) equipped with either the Apriori or the FP-Growth algorithms depending on the size of the data at each data source.
An agent-based approach will be used to model the distributed knowledge integration at this stage through the predictor at the DARM server.
Results Migration Stage: only the overall integrated mining results are migrated back to the DARM requesting server through the RICA.
Figure 8 implies that DARM involving the same algorithm that are being executed under certain constraints of computational resources would have more comparable run times than different algorithms operating under similar computational constraints.
GTB DARM protects actual data, rather than only its specific representation (a file or a database) and is capable of detecting the sensitive data even if it was heavily modified, converted to another format, extracted, compressed or changed in many other ways.
GTB DARM is a software application that scans computers on an enterprise network and detects sensitive data, stored outside of appropriate locations, while incorporating the same intrinsic detection technology as the company's flagship product, GTB Inspector.