Python Data Science and the Rocket MultiValue Database ( Part 2 of 3 )

In “Python Data Science and the Rocket MultiValue Database ( Part 1 of 3 )“ I provided an introduction to Numpy, and showed how to convert a Numpy array to a u2py.DynArray. In this section I will go a bit further and show: How to write the numpy data to a Rocket MultiValue file How […]

Why Python is good for the bottom line

Rocket introduced support for Python programming in the latest versions of UniVerse and UniData to give partners and customers an alternative to BASIC. And now, younger developers who were brought up using more modern, popular development languages can also work on the platform. While that is, in fact, a great reason to adopt Python, the […]

Swagger, MultiValue, & Modernization – Top 10 things the MultiValue Community Needs to Know

The Swagger Specification has moved to the Linux Foundation and has been renamed The Open API Initiative. This initiative is backed by Google, Microsoft, Intuit, and many others. The OpenAPI specification (formerly known as the Swagger Specification) is a powerful definition format to describe RESTful APIs. The specification creates a RESTful interface for easily developing […]

Keeping your MV app secure

Rocket MV makes it easy for you to keep up with the latest OpenSSL releases All the important security features in UniVerse and UniData, including SSL, secure sockets, HTTP and SOAP, Automatic Data Encryption (ADE), audit logging, and BASIC Crypto API are based on OpenSSL, the world-wide renowned open source security package. With every UniVerse […]

Why I hope you’ll subscribe to Rocket MultiValue emails

This post is for all my MultiValue partners and customers. You see, part of my job is communicating with you about what we’re doing at Rocket; most of the time it’s coming from the R&D Lab here in Denver. I sit in Denver with the MultiValue software developers, QA people, ID (aka documentation writers), MV […]