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KEEP YOUR SAS® PLATFORM SECURE

Metacoda Plug-ins provide a bird’s-eye view of your SAS platform metadata so you can manage, review, troubleshoot, document, test and audit your SAS environment with confidence.

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METACODA PLUG-INS
Metacoda helps you maintain a secure SAS platform in a more efficient way.

With Metacoda Plug-ins, you can quickly and thoroughly review, test, and troubleshoot SAS metadata security implementations.

Improve Security

Gain the insight required for security management and auditing.

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Reduce Risk

Enhance metadata security governance and user access management.

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Increase Productivity

Quickly access security related metadata for analysis reporting and troubleshooting

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Metacoda software helps lighten the administrative burden and provides diagnostic capabilities to eliminate gaps in security policy.

Duncan Bain
Lead Data Scientist and SAS® Administrator
Scottish Power Energy Retail

Want to keep your SAS® platform secure? Try Metacoda Plug-ins today to get the metadata visibility you need.

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