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Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
February 22, 2017

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

News Flashes

OPTO Software, part of iTMS Software Services Pty Ltd., provides manufacturing inventory software, including ERP solutions, to a wide variety of industries. Customers span the fields of manufacturing, mining, civil, fabrication, and engineering as well as distribution, retail and wholesale, construction, and importing and exporting. A key differentiator for iTMS/OPTO is its deep understanding of the nuances of manufacturing. Revelation supports that agility, ensuring that OPTO platform is easily configured.

Kore Technologies will participate in an Eclipse User Group (UFO) Webinar to discuss real-time enterprise application integration practices. Mark Dobransky, co-founder and managing partner at Kore, and Keith Lambert, vice president of marketing and business developemt at Kore, will provide a demonstration of how users can quickly build and deploy secure REST APIs for Eclipse with Kore's latest release of Kourier Integrator and the Kourier REST Gateway.

MultiValue database technology is constantly evolving and expanding, with support for more languages, features for security and compliance, and new integrations. In the annual MultiValue Special Report, this year, DBTA asks key MultiValue vendors: What are the features, capabilities, and integrations that will be important for MultiValue customers and help expand MultiValue's role in increasingly demanding data environments?

Zumasys is launching a new version of its jBASE platform, introducing RESTful Services to the MultiValue platform. Native RESTful Services in jBASE 5.6 allows users to bypass proprietary APIs and open their jBASE database to any language environment, web service, or application.

Think About It

Are enterprises more or less secure than 5 years ago? That's the big question of the moment, especially with ongoing revelations about state-sponsored hacking, as well as an unending stream of reports about customer and employee data being compromised by even the most seemingly security-conscious organizations. Awareness of data security is running at a fever pitch at the highest levels of government and business organizations. There have been plenty of technology advances, and awareness has grown. Still, the wave of breaches and threats never seems to abate, and likely never will.