Rocket Software Releases D3 Linux 10.1 and U2 Training Course

Rocket Software has announced the release of Rocket D3 Linux 10.1, as well as a training course on the fundamentals of U2.

The Linux 10.1 release will provide an update to Rocket’s MultiValue development environment, while the training course will give users that are new to Rocket’s U2 technology a solid foundation to work with going forward.

Rocket D3 Database Management is an enterprise -level platform that can help support the growth of any organization. Rocket D3 allows for fast application development and unique application customization that is flexible enough to meet changing business environments. Rocket D3 Linux 10.1 is being released with some marked improvements, of which the most notable is the true 64-bit architecture. The 64-bit architecture will allow users increased memory and performance over the previous 32-bit architecture.

“With the elimination of the current 3.5GB limit on D3 virtual memory, the per process memory limit imposed by a 32-bit application and true 64-bit provide for improved process performance, larger memory resident dataset, reduced memory contention, and enhanced overall system performance,” explained John Bramley, Lab Business Area executive at Rocket Software.

Additional improvements include larger D3 core memory, D3 as a service, and logical volume management. All of these features will enhance the platform by providing a more efficient and streamlined experience for users.

Rocket has also announced a training course on the fundamentals of U2. The self-paced course on U2 fundamentals includes training on two MultiValue databases: Rocket UniData and Rocket UniVerse. U2 data servers are secure, flexible, and integrated across a variety of business needs.

The classes can be taken at users’ own speed. After signing up for the training, participants will have access to a portal that will list more than70 segments of interactive training to master the fundamentals of Rocket U2. The segments provided in PowerPoint presentations that are interactive and allow the users to answer questions to help keep their focus. There is also a tab for an eLab environment. The eLab environment allows users to practice what they learn from the segments by using UniData wIntegrate and UniVerse wIntegrate. 

The material will be accessible to users for 21 days from the time it is purchased.

For more information, go here.