RepoPro Product Overview
Product Overview

RepoPro is an enterprise repository tool that enables enterprises to centrally store and manage information about their IT assets. RepoPro helps to effectively visualize and manage meta-data, and the relationships between assets. Through its shared communication channel, RepoPro enterprise repository tool automates the process of exchanging metadata and information. “Browse and search” is one of its most intuitive features that provides a simple, easy-to-use information discovery mechanism.

RepoPro exposes its capabilities with REST APIs that makes it easy to integrate with your in-house systems. This allows a trouble-free integration of your in-house data. RepoPro supports development processes, configuration management, lifecycle management and team collaboration.

Key Features

  • Information Modeling: Define your own entity types, attributes, relationships and rules.
  • User Interface: Manage your assets and the metadata using a friendly web interface.
  • Asset Lifecycle Management: Version your assets, change attributes and create relationship links.
  • Visualization: Visualize dependencies interactively. Navigate the relationships.
  • Access Control: Create roles to map access to user functions. Assign users to groups.
  • Information Discovery: Navigate through vast amounts of assets using taxonomy trees.
  • Integration: Connect your corporate LDAP for user access.

Asset Modeling and Management

Information Modeling Information Discovery Asset Relationships Authentication and Authorization
  • Define and maintain versionable asset types, with meta-data parameters grouped into categories.
  • Define relationships between asset types. Supports multiple relationship types.
  • Relationships in RepoPro are of the following four types, each with different UML-style semantics:
    • Composition
    • Aggregation
    • Classification
    • Association
  • Relationship rules are enforced to model the real-world relationship between assets.
  • Define a comprehensive access control mechanism through roles, groups and users.
  • Allow public access (non-logged-in users) with appropriate access control at granular levels.
  • Allow access control based on groups at granular level.
  • Support authentication through corporate LDAP.
  • Manage access rights for metadata.
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