Understand your databases

  • Gather, document and share knowledge of your databases
  • Cheaper, faster and more reliable database development
  • Better communication between business, IT and all participants
  • Avoid guesswork and errors in reporting
  • Enable better use of your data throughout the enterprise
  • Keep database documentation up to date
  • Less dependence on your current development teams
  • Easier developer onboarding and replacements

Boost your data & software initiatives

Software, Application & Database Development

Document database tier of applications you develop so that every developer, tester or DBA is on the same page and growing your team is facilitated.

Data Governance & Enterprise Architecture

Describe your physical data assets and visualize data models with diagrams for non-technical users across the enterprise.

Data Warehousing, BI & Analytics

Understanding data in reporting, data warehousing or BI is critical. BI and DW developers and architects spend a lot of time trying to figure out data sources. Wrong assumptions about data structure lead to errors in metrics and reports which may lead to wrong business decisions.

Reverse engineering of legacy databases

Often there are in databases your organization that you need to report from or integrate with and there's no one who knows them anymore. This is where you have to discover and learn the database yourself. Preserver what you have learned and document tables, columns, relations or functions.