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Store, query, and retrieve critical metadata about all of your software artifacts, regardless of their type and where they are stored. Bring over metadata for analysis from different tools used across different stages of the software development lifecycle. [...] Query all metadata across all of your components in real time so you don’t have to parse monolithic reports on each component. Answer critical questions about your software supply chain like, "Are any deployed components affected by recently discovered vulnerabilities?"