RepoPro is an enterprise repository product that enables you to centrally store and manage information about your IT assets. The product helps you to effectively visualize and manage meta-data, and the relationships between assets. One of its most popular features is the “browse and search” feature, which provides a simple, easy-to-use information discovery mechanism.

RepoPro exposes its capabilities with REST APIs that make it easy to integrate with your in-house systems. It can also be easily integrated with data in-house. 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

  • Define and maintain versionable asset types, with meta-data parameters grouped into categories.
  • Define relationships between asset types. Supports multiple relationship types.

Information Discovery

  • Browse assets. Filter the data using categories and custom queries.
  • Search the repository by categories, tags, asset types, or by keywords.
  • Advanced search based on meta-data parameter values across asset types.

Discovery Advance Search

Browse Service Instances

Asset Relationships

  • 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.

Authentication and Authorization

  • Define 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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