August 19, 2008 - Embarcadero Technologies introduced ER/Studio Enterprise Portal, a search engine for data that transforms the way metadata, business rules and models are located and accessed in the enterprise.


By providing global visibility into corporate data assets, the new Portal gives ER/Studio Enterprise users an understanding of the information in their enterprise and facilitates company-wide collaboration.  


“We’re doing for metadata what Google did for Web search. Today’s enterprise data explosion has made collecting and refining information time consuming for the architect and hard to understand for the business user,” said Michael Swindell, vice president of products, Embarcadero Technologies. “ER/Studio Enterprise Portal dramatically simplifies the process for assembling, finding and communicating technical metadata. At the same time, the collaborative tool extends the value of data models across organizations, helping businesses better respond to change, reuse data across projects and address regulatory compliance issues.”


With the Portal, a self-service workbench for data querying and reporting, users can access enterprise data assets for use in systems development, integration, data governance and regulatory compliance. The reporting and search technology’s Web-based nature also enables data consumers - ranging from warehouse architects to developers to business analysts - to browse, search and report on metadata quickly and accurately.


ER/Studio Enterprise Portal provides:


  • Search-engine-like interface,
  • Self-service reporting workbench with on-demand documentation,
  • Web distribution and
  • Simple installation and implementation.

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