Newsletters




MV Vendors Look to the Role of MV in the Future

<< back Page 2 of 6 next >>

Bookmark and Share

Steve O’Neal, Principal Solutions Architect, Rocket Software

MultiValue applications benefit from a solid, yet open and flexible foundation. By supporting interoperability among different products, these applications are easy to extend using the Basic or Python language. MV-based applications integrate into any IT infrastructure and consume data from any interface (via EDA, RESTful services, ODBC/JSON). They are also available in several packaged versions for target application environments (enterprise, transactional/analytics, web, cloud).

Importantly, MV application platforms offer a straightforward approach to complex application development. Application data modeling is natural and promotes fluid and easy data structure evolution during development. The MV “table within a table” architecture speeds development, producing depth that people can understand and adopt quickly, allowing organizations to reduce costs and increase efficiency. 

Today, MV application platforms support hundreds of industries, including emergency systems, healthcare, financial services, banking, retail, and ecommerce. These applications run with lightning speed due to the data model, meaning that reporting/analytics, changes, and other user requests are quickly accommodated.

MV platforms are also secure and auditable, incorporating high availability/disaster recovery configurability, as well as encryption and auditing features. Scaling to meet constantly evolving business needs and user growth, MV applications are stable and reliable, with high uptime.

MV platforms with their lightweight footprint run on a wide variety of systems on hardware of any scale. In combination with applications that are inexpensive to manage and maintain, users can count on MV to meet their constantly evolving business needs.

<< back Page 2 of 6 next >>

Sponsors