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Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
February 24, 2016

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

News Flashes

On March 15th Kore will be hosting an informative and interactive presentation on real-time enterprise application integration best practices and implementation strategies using RESTful Web Services (REST). Kore also attended the California Community College Chief Information Systems Officers Association (CISOA) and Ellucian Banner users' group conference.

The days of the one-size-fits-all, all-purpose database are over, and today there is a growing realization that different data management systems offer different benefits and that some are better suited for certain requirements than others. In a special report, DBTA asks MultiValue vendors: What are the current pressures your customers are facing, and how are you helping to extend and leverage their critical MultiValue systems to meet those new requirements?

Revelation will be hosting its user conference from April 18 through April 21, at the Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate in Orlando, Florida. "We always want to choose a popular vacation destination to do our conferences. Orlando is a great convention city. We even moved our conference schedule up by a day, so that gives everyone an extra day on the weekend to take in the Orlando sights," noted Robert Catalano, director of sales with Revelation Software.

Rocket has just released version 6.4.0 of Rocket wIntegrate, a user interface for MultiValue databases, which adds enhanced features for IoT, file sharing, and security. The new release also allows for improved user experience with comprehensive integration between character applications and the desktop.

Think About It

As organizations rely on IT for everything from customer purchasing to company lunchroom management, everything needs to be up and running 24x7, flawlessly. That's why, to IT managers, performance is everything, writes Gerardo Dada in Database Trends and Applications.