Rocket MultiValue wins 2020 DBTA Readers’ Choice Award: Best MultiValue Database

Each year, awards are given by the readers of Database Trends and Applications magazine and DBTA.com. Rocket Software is proud to share news of this award. Rocket MultiValue (MV) helps thousands of organizations around the world solve critical business and technical issues, and we come to work every day to make our MultiValue products even […]

Rocket Software is excited to announce Rocket SystemBuilder Extensible Architecture (SB/XA) 6.5.6.

Rocket Software is excited to announce Rocket SystemBuilder Extensible Architecture (SB/XA) 6.5.6. This release is available for download from Rocket Business Connect. SB/XA 6.5.6 will improve the user experience with its new features, enhancements to some of your favorite features and of course, fixes. 6.5.6 will help you and your team: Shore up security with […]

UniVerse Recoverable File System (RFS) exploration, a Rocket MultiValue University virtual event

We’ve added another Rocket® Software MultiValue University (MVU) virtual event in May, and you’re invited! We’re offering two times to join us. If improving data integrity, reliability, and accessibility is your goal, then this session is for you. Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:00 a.m. NY/8:00 a.m. Denver/3:00 p.m. London Wednesday, May 27, 2020 5:00 p.m. […]

UniVerse 11.3.2 Deep Dive Demo samples & examples now available

On April 8, 2020, we held our first Rocket Virtual MultiValue University (MVU) event where Chris Rizza, Product Manager, and Neil Morris, Principal Technical Support Engineer, provided a technical deep dive with demos of UniVerse 11.3.2. As a result of this event, we’re happy to share the samples and examples from the event via GitHub. […]

Rocket MultiValue and User Experience Design

Back in the 80’s, when I started in software UX, this discipline was not well-developed. For example, what made sense to the developer was really confusing to the user (Q. Anyone wonder why the UNIX ‘vi’ command has many shortcuts that you can do with one hand? A. So the programmer could eat pizza at […]