Five Minute Briefing - MultiValue
March 26, 2014
A comprehensive monthly publication filled with news and insight serving the MultiValue database community.
Evoke, a new product from BlueFinity International, provides a toolset for all application delivery platforms, including Windows native desktop, Windows Modern UI, Windows Phone, iPhone/ iPad and Android phone /tablet. Evoke supports a ‘develop once, deploy anywhere' approach to help developers dealing with the challenges of multiple platforms, operating systems and development tools.
Hampshire College selected Entrinsik's Informer, a web-based reporting solution. According to the college, a major factor in its success was Informer's ability to connect to multiple databases simultaneously, including UniData and MySQL.
Kore Technologies' Mark Dobransky plans to talk about key BI and integration trends impacting the MultiValue industry and also highlight the new integration capabilities of Kourier Integrator 4.1 during a breakout session at the International Spectrum conference in Phoenix, Arizona.
Revelation Software president and CEO Mike Ruane previewed the 10.0 release of the company's flagship product OpenInsight during a recent trip to Australia and New Zealand. In particular there was strong reaction to a new cloud based filing system that will allow the OpenInsight toolset to operate on data stored in cloud databases, as well as to new user authentication and security for developers and programmers to ensure version control, said Ruane.
Rocket Software has launched a new version of the Rocket D3 database management system - D3 Linux 9.2. This is the first new Rocket D3 product release since the company acquired the TigerLogic MultiValue database business last November. Separately, Rocket also unveiled the first stage of its System Builder Extensible Architecture (SB/XA) Services, providing mobile and/or web enablement.
Specialist Crafts, which supplies art and craft products to a broad range of educational establishments throughout the U.K. and beyond, has selected Rocket Software's CorVu as to replace its previous business intelligence tool.