Embarcadero Scales to Big Models and Data Warehouses With Enhanced Database Tools

Date 2014/2/18 14:01:39 | Topic: Product News

Embarcadero Technologies has announced a major new XE5 release of its award-winning portfolio of database tools: ER/Studio, DBArtisan, Rapid SQL, DB Optimizer and DB Change Manager. Available today, the new offerings add support for the latest database management system (DBMS) platforms, including enhanced support for Teradata.
"The demands for controllable data management in government and many key sectors of business today continue to increase and change at a rapid rate," said Michael Swindell, senior vice president of products at Embarcadero Technologies. "Embarcadero's new cross-platform database tools portfolio will enable our customers to more efficiently manage, model and administer large volumes of data as the platforms, amounts of data they work with and also governance requirements proliferate."

The new ER/Studio XE5 release adds extended support for Teradata, recognized as a leading provider in enterprise data warehouses, enabling data professionals to better manage their data warehouses from logical and physical models. The new tools bring proprietary scale and data warehouse capabilities to Teradata customers around the world who need to use Multi-Level Partitioned Primary Indexes (MLPPI) and temporal data types.

Rapid SQL XE5, a tool for cross-platform SQL development and debugging, and DBArtisan XE5, a tool for cross-platform administration and management, are enhanced to include support for Oracle 12c, SQL Server 2012, Sybase ASE 15.7 and IBM DB2 z/OS 10 and LUW 10. Both tools also now provide native 64-bit operating system support and new Windows 8 support.

With the new version of CONNECT, metadata management and collaboration include enhanced tooltips and alerts showing expanded metadata and data security and compliance alerts.



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