Digital Journal brought this news to our attention in their article, “Colectica Announces Upcoming Support for Oracle Database 11g in the Colectica  Metadata Repository.” Colectica Repository’s architecture can run both distributed and memory-intensive metadata registry operations against an Oracle database.

“Colectica Repository integrates into our clients’ IT environments to  provide centralized metadata storage, conformant to ISO 11179,” said Dan Smith,  a partner at Colectica. “We are happy to now support integration with Oracle to  allow our customers greater choice when deploying their Colectica metadata  registries.”

Oracle support will be available in the upcoming Colectica 4.1 maintenance  release, scheduled for release in early 2013.

Melody K. Smith

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