Now available Rocket MV BASIC for Visual Studio Code v1.1.0

We’re pleased to announce the availability of Rocket® MV BASIC for Visual Studio Code (VS Code) v1.1.0, a powerful extension for Visual Studio Code, the fastest-growing development tool and a favorite of recent college grads, most of whom never learned BASIC. Background: By using this extension, your development team is empowered to: Modernize their internal R&D […]

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 […]

Alpha and beta programs for Rocket MultiValue

During the third and fourth quarters of 2020, Rocket MultiValue R&D is giving our partners and customers the opportunity to participate in several product alpha and beta programs. I use the word opportunity because if you participate, you have the opportunity to influence the development of solutions to help you address your business challenges. MultiValue […]

August events: MultiValue roadmap plus two new U2 security MVU virtual events

We’re hosting multiple events in August and you’re invited! We’ve got so much great U2 security information to share with you that we’ve created a two-part series. Also, it’s time for the Q3 MV roadmap. On August 11 and 12 (August 13 in APAC), Michael Belme, Rocket Software Technical Support Engineer III, will host part […]

Business Intelligence Development Studio (SSIS) and U2 Toolkit for .NET v.2.2.2 with a Native Connection

Overview Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) is a platform for building high performance data integration solutions, including extraction, transformation, and load (ETL) packages for data warehousing. It can transfer UniData or UniVerse data to SQL Server very easily. If you use a uci connection to access a UniData or UniVerse server, you must normalize your […]