Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
January 21, 2014
A comprehensive monthly publication filled with news and insight serving the MultiValue database community.
A new test drive feature for Entrinsik Informer allows visitors interested in trying the reporting and business intelligence software to access a free trial version instantly on their own web browser. Entrinsik Informer provides access to real-time data from multiple sources, in-depth analytic capabilities, and intuitive data visualizations, all accessible anytime, anywhere from a web-based interface.
Kourier Integrator 4.1, the next release of Kore Technologies' flagship enterprise data management suite for data warehousing and application integration, will provide enhanced inbound integration capabilities for UniData/UniVerse (U2) applications from other third-party systems or databases using a simple template-based approach, the company says.
Pragma Systems Inc. and BlueFinity have formed a partnership that allows BlueFinity's mv.NET application to support SSH access to Windows servers running applications on UniVerse. The vendors say this represents the first utilization of Pragma's SSH Fortress, Windows, and UniVerse all running in combination across the infrastructure.
Rocket Software has released SB/XA 6.2.3, which provides new features to enable users to be more productive. In addition, the second phase of the mobile early preview has started. U2 Web DE will allow users to expose existing stateful RBOs via the U2 REST Server, and includes a RESTful RBO API, as well as other enhancements.
Institutions around the world depend on Vernon Systems Limited, based in Auckland, New Zealand, to provide sophisticated collection management and web access for cultural treasures. Revelation Software's products have been core to Vernon Systems' business, providing the main development environment for Vernon Systems since it was founded in 1986.
Kore Technologies will present a live product demonstration of Kourier Integrator for members of the Eclipse users Group to show how show how users can quickly build a Microsoft SQL Server data warehouse with Kore's predefined Eclipse Operational Data Store (ODS).