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out of 23 in Metadata Management
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17th
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Overview

Collibra Catalog is both a report and a data catalog that helps analysts and information users spend less time looking for essential clinical, financial, and operational data and more time solving critical business challenges.

Oracle Enterprise Metadata Management (OEMM) is a comprehensive metadata management platform. ... OEMM supports virtually any metadata provider including: Data modeling tools, databases, CASE tools, Hadoop, ETL engines, Warehouses, BI, EAI environments, as well as many more.

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Sample Customers
AXA XL, DNB, Adobe, PMI, Holland America Line, UC Davis Health, Cox Automotive
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Top Industries
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Computer Software Company26%
Financial Services Firm17%
Comms Service Provider11%
Government7%
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Collibra Catalog is ranked 8th in Metadata Management while Oracle Enterprise Metadata Management is ranked 17th in Metadata Management. Collibra Catalog is rated 0.0, while Oracle Enterprise Metadata Management is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Collibra Catalog is most compared with Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog, Azure Data Factory, Denodo, Palantir Foundry and Talend Open Studio, whereas Oracle Enterprise Metadata Management is most compared with .

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