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2014, October 20th - Oracle Press Release

Oracle Expands Data Integration Portfolio with Oracle Enterprise Metadata Management 12c

 

Oracle Expands Data Integration Portfolio with Oracle Enterprise Metadata Management 12c

New product helps customers with big data governance needs

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. - October 20th, 2014

News Summary

In today's data-driven business landscape, organizations need to easily and cost-effectively manage an exponentially increasing amount of information being created both inside and outside the company. Governing and managing this vast influx of data is important to ensure it is securely stored and accessible both in the cloud and on premises. The new Oracle Enterprise Metadata Management 12c, part of the Oracle Data Integration portfolio, helps customers meet these challenges and leverage their data to improve IT productivity and performance, lower costs, and deliver tangible business results.

 

2007, March 23d - Support for Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB) Data Integration Lineage Metadata

Meta Integration version 5.1.1 now supports the import/export of complex data integration transformation lineage metadata with Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB) using the native OMB API.
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2006, December 13th - Support for Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB) Business Intelligence Metadata

Meta Integration version 5.1.1 now supports the import/export of complex dimensional modeling metadata with Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB) using the native OMB API.
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2006, August 1st - Support for Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB) Native OMB API

Meta Integration version 5.0 supports the import/export of data integration metadata with Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB) using the native OMB API.
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2005, May 6th - Meta Integration renews its membership to the Oracle Partner Network (OPN)

Meta Integration renews its membership to the Oracle Partner Network (OPN).

2004 March 24th - Press Release

Oracle® Provides Business Intelligence Users Powerful Metadata Management Through Meta Integration Technology Partnership.

 

Oracle® Provides Business Intelligence Users Powerful Metadata Management Through Meta Integration Technology Partnership

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., March 24th, 2004 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Oracle Corporation (Nasdaq: ORCL - News) and Meta Integration Technology, Inc. (MITI), the industry leader in metadata integration, today announced a partnership that will enable OracleŽ Warehouse Builder customers to more efficiently manage metadata integration with modeling, extraction and reporting tools commonly used in business intelligence (BI) architectures.

The incorporation of MITI's Meta Integration® Model Bridge (MIMB) technology with Oracle Warehouse Builder provides users with greater control of their business data integration processes. MIMB enables the movement of metadata across numerous environments such as databases and data warehouses as well as BI, design, and extract, transfer and load (ETL) tools. Metadata is defined as data about data and protects data investment by setting the stage for the data re-use. This partnership enables:

  • Synchronization of data models across different data repositories and BI tools
  • Elimination of manual re-coding of data models throughout organizations
  • Simplification of the maintenance of metadata and data models

"Oracle and MITI will assist Oracle customers to effortlessly exchange metadata with a large number of third-party tools and environments -- overcoming one of the most important barriers towards the construction of an integrated BI solution," said Ray Roccaforte, vice president, Server Development, Business Intelligence, Oracle Corporation. "Our customers undertaking data integration and BI initiatives stand to benefit from our support of MITI's powerful metadata movement technology."

"We are delighted to provide a powerful metadata integration solution for Oracle Warehouse Builder within the enterprise toolset," said Christian Bremeau, president and CEO, Meta Integration Technology, Inc. "A reliable metadata flow is critical to support the perpetual change management in today's complex data and software development life cycle. Oracle Warehouse Builder facilitates the seamless integration of our metadata movement components."

This partnership will help customers to utilize their existing investments in modeling, reporting and ETL tools. Oracle Warehouse Builder can utilize MIMB for metadata integration with popular BI products including:

  • Data modeling tools such as CA AllFusion ERwin, Sybase PowerDesignerŽ
  • ETL tools such as Informatica PowerCenter
  • BI query and reporting tools from Business Objects and Cognos
  • Standard metadata repository formats such as OMG CWM(TM)

"Every modeling, ETL, OLAP, BI and reporting tool provides its own repository that produces and consumes metadata," said Dan Vesset, research manager, Analytics and Data Warehousing, IDC. "As a result, it is critical for any new tool to integrate well in the enterprise metadata flow. Oracle's partnership with MITI enables Oracle Warehouse Builder to integrate with a wide range of tools, providing users greater control over metadata integration."

Pricing and Availability

Companies can purchase and download MITI's bridges from the company's Web site at http://www.metaintegration.net. Pricing, installation instructions and support information are also available from the site. Upon installing the bridge, its features will become accessible to Oracle Warehouse Builder users from the metadata exchange menus.

About Meta Integration Technology, Inc.

MITI is a leading provider of metadata connectivity software founded in 1997. It is a privately held company with headquarters in Los Altos, CA. MITI's Meta IntegrationŽ Model Bridge (MIMB) product is used by a number of Fortune 500 companies. Visit MITI on the Web at http://www.metaintegration.net.

About Oracle

Oracle is the world's largest enterprise software company. For more information about Oracle, visit our Web site at http://www.oracle.com .

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2003, October 24th - Support for Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB) 10g OLAP Metadata via CWM XMI

Meta Integration version 5.1.1 now supports the import/export of complex OLAP metadata with Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB) 10g via the CWM XMI standard.
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2003, October 10th - Meta Integration joins the Oracle Partner Network (OPN)

Meta Integration joins the Oracle Partner Network (OPN).

2002, April 28th - OMG CWM Event

Annual Meta Data Conference / DAMA Symposium, April 28 - May 2, 2002 at San Antonio, Texas.

Oracle, Hyperion, Meta Integration and other Object Management Group (OMG) partners publically demonstrate open metadata interchange at the Common Warehouse Metamodel (CWM)'s 2002 Enablement Showcase.

2001, March 4th - OMG CWM Event

Annual Meta Data Conference / DAMA Symposium, March 4-8, 2001 at Anaheim, California.

Oracle, Hyperion, Meta Integration and other Object Management Group (OMG) partners publically demonstrate open metadata interchange at the Common Warehouse Metamodel (CWM)'s 2001 Enablement Showcase.

2000 December 18th - OMG CWM Press Release

Oracle, Hyperion, Meta Integration and other Object Management Group (OMG) partners publically demonstrate the new Common Warehouse Metamodel (CWM) Standard for metadata interchange.

1998, May 1s - Support for Oracle Designer

Meta Integration version 1.3 supports the import/export of data models from Oracle Designer.
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