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Posted Sep 21, 2004

Embarcadero DBArtisan Delivers Most Comprehensive Third-party Support for All Major Database Platforms

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Embarcadero Technologies, Inc. ]

San Francisco , Calif. September 20, 2004 - Embarcadero® Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: EMBT), a provider of data lifecycle management solutions, today announced extended database administration and analytic functionality across all major database platforms with the release of Embarcadero DBArtisan® and DBArtisan Workbench 8.0. This major new release enables advanced performance, space, and capacity analysis for IBM® DB2® UDB and Sybase® ASE environments, making it the only fully integrated database administration tool for DB2 UDB, and the most comprehensive administration product on the market for Sybase. With this release, Embarcadero further strengthens its superior third-party offerings for SQL Server® by introducing Backup Analyst. for Microsoft® SQL Server. Version 8.0 also extends monitoring of Oracle® RAC environments, and is the first third-party solution to provide full performance metrics for Oracle Database 10g.

The article continues at http://www.embarcadero.com/news/press_releases/dbartisan80.html

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