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Rocket.Build Isn’t Just for Rocketeers: a partnership story with Pulsiam

Rocket.Build is not just for Rocketeers. In 2019, Rocket invited our partners from APT, Vertafore and Pulsiam to work on projects together during Rocket.Build, Rocket Software’s hackathon event. In this blog post, I’m highlighting a Rocket.Build project entitled “Geospatial support in UniVerse”, in which two Rocket MultiValue engineers and two people from our MultiValue partner, […]

MVIS

An experienced MultiValue user and developer shares his experience and thoughts on the new Rocket MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS)

I should start off by introducing myself: my name is Mark Sapp and I’m a Senior Software Engineer at Rocket Software. My focus is on the development of the Rocket Business Connect system (aka RBC). Recently, I’ve been working on upgrading our RBC application (which runs on UniData, System Builder and Web DE). During this […]

Technology

New Datetime variable coming soon to UniVerse 11.3.2

Datetime is a very important data type for business applications including law enforcement, fire and EMS agencies. For example, when an urgent event happens across different time zones, the vital and high-quality information Computer-Aided Dispatch software requires includes Datetime and time zone support, making it possible to store consistent information about the time of events […]

Technology

Why Software Application Companies should have a Cloud Offering!

In the last article from Fortitude Technology, we discussed the value the Cloud brings to legacy applications running on older hardware and operating systems. It touched on the benefits for both the software application company and the end-user, but here we’ll go into more detail and focus on why software application companies should embrace the […]

UniData

Basic Variable Allocation Heaped vs Shared Memory UniData 8

What changed at UniData 8: Memory Allocation Prior to UniData 8.1.0, UniBasic variable space was allocated via shared memory from a system wide shared pool (some of these go back to the original design in the 1990s). Why? It was done to reduce total system wide memory consumption and to ensure that UniData had enough […]

D3

Rocket® D3 10.3.1 for Linux & AIX | Now Available!

This post was originally published on July 15, 2019 for the Windows version of D3 10.3.1. This post is about the AIX and Linux versions of D3 10.3.1. Well, the wait is over. Not Games of Thrones, as that has come and gone, but I haven’t seen the final season yet, so no spoilers please! […]