Excerpt from the Canto: evaluation:

"Canto has made progress toward enterprise-class status, but
it has failed (so far) to gain a reputation as an enterprise-grade platform, largely due to its inability to integrate well with Oracle and other databases, and a failure to take
advantage of the scalability and other benefits of a full J2EE architecture. Nevertheless, as a workgroup DAM offering, Cumulus can be said to combine substantial functionality in areas like metadata support, cataloging, and asset reuse, at a price point that many customers have found attractive. ..."

(P. 227 in the Digital Asset Management Report. )

Canto DAM


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