Compliance with the GDPR implies, among other things, being able to delete personal data from its Information System relatively quickly after the end of the business relationship with the individuals.
Systems are usually not designed to do this, so a procedure for extracting an integrated data cluster from a database must be implemented.
Once the data has been extracted, it may be preferable or even necessary to save it outside the system for a transitional period and to be able to re-inject it into the original system if needed.
It may also be relevant to anonymise the data in order to feed statistical models.
All of these features are part of the RECODE DATA LAKE suite, supporting your RGPD compliance efforts.