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General Data Protection Regulation – Implications and tooling for GDPR readiness, Part 1 of 2

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinBackground With the massive and continuing growth of technology into everyday life, the new European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the EU response to this intrusion. GDPR is an attempt to regulate and limit the use that may be made of all personal data. Its aim is to ensure that Data Protection is […]

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Is the Sun Setting on Solaris and SPARC?

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinOver the last several months we have seen indications that the Solaris SPARC and Solaris Intel (x86) Operating Systems (OS) platforms are likely to be retired soon by Oracle. Although an official announcement has not been made by Oracle, the press is already abuzz with plenty of evidence that the platform is retiring into a […]

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UniVerse 11.x Configurable Parameters: 2 of 2

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinHere is the second of two blogs on UniVerse configuration. These posts concentrate on those configuration parameters that are related to performance and those that apply hard limits on the system. In the first post, we looked at the configuration parameters introduced before UniVerse 11. Many of these have been part of UniVerse since its […]

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UniVerse 11.x Configurable Parameters: 1 of 2

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinAs you might expect for an expressive application development platform called upon to provide services across a wide range of scenarios, from small independent end user sites through to large scale solutions, Rocket® UniVerse requires a certain degree of configuration management. The UniVerse configurable parameters, visible through the CONFIG ALL command, can be grouped into […]

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