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Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
August 23, 2017

A comprehensive monthly publication filled with news and insight serving the MultiValue database community.

News Flashes

Several MultiValue Solutions have been chosen as the best of the best for this year's Database Trends and Applications Readers' Choice Awards.Each year, Database Trends and Applications magazine presents the Readers' Choice Awards, recognizing leading vendors across a variety of segments in the IT industry. Unlike any other awards programs conducted by DBTA, this one is unique because the nominees are submitted and the winners are chosen by the experts—you, the readers.

Entrinsik Inc is releasing the next generation of Informer, its BI and data analytics platform which now includes quick access to multitudes of data, introduces a modern interface, and expands the platform's functionality. Informer 5 has been reimagined from the ground up to leverage an extensible modern architecture and enhanced performance to simplify data discovery and analytics without sacrificing functionality, according to Entrinsik.

Enterprises have probably heard of REST before. Companies may even have experience with building RESTful services. But what many may not have considered is how REST can help create web and mobile applications with MultiValue data. This can play a major role in extending the value of your MultiValue enterprise application, and it highlights the versatility of the major MultiValue products on the market today.

Rocket Software is updating its UniData MultiValue Database, part of the MultiValue Application Platform, with the addition of Python programming support and audit logging capabilities. These enhancements expand the potential user base for UniData and improve the ability to recruit new development talent, allowing users to easily establish configurable histories of interactions, events, and activities.

Think About It

Hackers are rarely far from the news these days, whether they're perpetrating cyber-intrusions into political campaigns or take-downs of major retail websites, social media sites, movie studios, or entertainment conglomerates. But some of the "hacking" headlines can be deceiving. In fact, a significant number of cybersecurity breaches around the digital world actually represent a kind of all-too-familiar crime that is as old as the abacus.