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Notice about the Aristotle Metadata Registry

We are currently undertaking a reengineering of the Aristotle Metadata Registry to better support our community and enterprise users. While we undergo this process, we are exploring ways to effectively licence the Aristotle Metadata Registry that reenforces our commitment to open-source, while also supporting the our ability to continue the commercial and enterprise support our clients have come to expect.

If you are interested in using the Aristotle Metadata Registry, we are now providing the Aristotle Metadata Registry as a range of Software-as-a-Service products. This includes our flagship enterprise-grade Aristotle Cloud Registry product, which is provided as a fully managed standalone Software-as-a-Service product. Alternatively, you can sign up for a free account at our newly launch beta service, that provides instant access to the Aristotle Metadata Registry in a traditional SaaS solution.

If you'd like to learn more, contact as at, or join us on the Aristotle Metadata Community to talk directly to us and our clients to learn more about how the Aristotle Metadata Registry can support your organisation!

  • The Aristotle Cloud Services Team!

About the Aristotle Metadata Registry

Aristotle-MDR is an open-source metadata registry as described in the ISO/IEC 11179:2013 specification.

Aristotle-MDR represents a new way to manage and federate content built on and extending the principles of leading metadata registries. The code of Aristotle is completely open-source, building on the Django web framework and the mature model of the 11179 standard, allowing agencies to easily run their own metadata registries while also having the ability to extend the information model and tap into the permissions and roles of ISO 11179.

By allowing organisations to run their own independent registries they are able to expose authoritative metadata along with the governance processes behind its creation, and by building upon known and open systems agencies, can deliver a stable platform for the sharing of metadata.

Screenshots of the the product

More screenshots available in the Aristotle Metadata Registry User Help Documentation.

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Main screen of the Aristotle registry

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