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Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
September 23, 2015

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

News Flashes

Kore Technologies showed off the 5.4 release of KommerceServer at the Eclipse Users Group's annual Encounter conference. The KommerceServer eCommerce Suite encompasses the webStoreFront, webPortal, webAdminstration and Mobile Editions. It contains significant out-of-the-box functionality for business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce environments.

Pick Cloud CEO and founder Mark Pick will be a featured speaker at Rocket Software's MultiValue University. The event will take place October 5-8, 2015, at Harrah's Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

Rocket MultiValue University (MVU) is fast approaching. MVU is one of the premiere conferences covering MultiValue each year for anyone working with business solutions powered by Rocket's MultiValue data servers, tools, and related technology. MVU will take place October 5-8 at Harrah's Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

Just-in-time manufacturing and leaner inventory levels mean that all components have to arrive at factories exactly when they are expected. To ensure that unforeseen production glitches don't occur, Waterloo Manufacturing Software develops and markets TACTIC advanced planning and scheduling (APS) software to manufacturers of all sizes worldwide. Waterloo, a longtime Revelation Software customer, has built its product on Revelation's flagship product, OpenInsight, a Windows-based database application development tool.

Think About It

Shortly after the explosion of non-relational databases, around 2009, it became apparent that rather than being part of the problem, SQL would instead continue to be part of the solution. If the new wave of database systems excluded the vast population of SQL-literate professionals, then their uptake in the business world would be impeded. Furthermore, a whole generation of business intelligence tools use SQL as the common way of translating user information requests into database queries. Nowhere was the drive toward SQL adoption more clear than in the case of Hadoop.