As we look forward to the holidays and ringing in 2020, I’d like to recap some happenings within MultiValue at Rocket®.
In January, we kicked off our monthly Rocket MultiValue roadmap webinar livestream series and were joined by many of our customers and partners from around the world as we shared our vision for our products into 2020 and 2021. We will continue this series in 2020 with a new schedule of once-a-quarter webinars – one in the morning and one in the evening to allow everyone, regardless of time zone, to join us. While you can’t sign up yet, I can share the dates with you:
- February 19 (February 20 for APAC) at 9:00 am mountain and 4:00 pm mountain
- May 20 (May 21 for APAC) at 9:00 am mountain and 4:00 pm mountain
- August 19 (August 20 for APAC) at 9:00 am mountain and 4:00 pm mountain
- November 18 (November 19 for APAC) at 9:00 am mountain and 4:00 pm mountain
Check your inbox or our events page in February.
In June and July, we also delivered two major GA releases: UniVerse 12.1 and D3 10.3.1. UniVerse 12.1 has something for everyone from improved performance and security, to enhanced compliance, business continuity and Python support. And D3 10.3.1 is built for our mvBase customers as well as those already running D3. D3 10.3.1 provides an upgrade path, packed with new features, for our mvBase customers while providing a performance boost and Python support to existing D3 customers.
In August, we launched a new product, the Rocket MultiValue Integration Server 1.2 (MVIS). MVIS empowers MultiValue teams to leverage modern languages and frameworks to access MV data and business logic. This new tool allows younger developers to easily work with MV applications using languages and tools they learned about college.
And, in December, we made the MV Application Platform – Developer Edition available from the AWS Marketplace. This trial, which includes UniVerse 12.1 and MVIS 1.2, allows you to create your own separate MV environment (or sandbox) and experiment with the latest features or test use case scenarios. You can use your AWS account or create one today, it’s easy.
Finally, as the Rocket MV blog begins its 4th year in March 2020, I envision many more posts and comments. Thank you for being part of the blog. Please keep commenting on the posts and sharing topics you’d like to see covered.
I wish you all a happy holidays and New Year!