Rocket UniData 8.2.2 Available Now

We’re excited to announce the release of Rocket ® UniData ® 8.2.2. This release offers many bug fixes and dozens of enhancements plus certification on RedHat Linux 8. UniData 8.2.2 also delivers Python on new operating systems (hint, AIX and Solaris), enhanced security, improved performance and monitoring, audit enhancements and extended EDA database support. This […]

Rocket D3 10.3.2 is now available!

Now with more Python, greater security, and better performance We’re excited to announce the release of Rocket® D3® 10.3.2 for Windows, AIX and Linux. This new release focuses on Python and is the release to be on if you’re interested in our new MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS). This new release delivers: The ability to call […]

Is your business resilient?

As I work from home and talk to my customers, I’m hearing first-hand about how restrictions meant to contain the virus are forcing companies into new business models, simply to survive.  Many companies were not prepared to jump to a “work from home” model, or to shift their business to e-commerce or to provide mobile […]

5 Reasons You Should Be Using Rocket D3 10.3

Special thanks to Brian Cram for his assistance with this blog post Now that Rocket D3 10.3 is available on Windows, Linux, and AIX platforms, all D3 customers have the opportunity to experience the new features and updates included in the latest version of D3. Customers around the globe that are using version 10.3 have […]

Basic Variable Allocation Heaped vs Shared Memory UniData 8

What changed at UniData 8: Memory Allocation Prior to UniData 8.1.0, UniBasic variable space was allocated via shared memory from a system wide shared pool (some of these go back to the original design in the 1990s). Why? It was done to reduce total system wide memory consumption and to ensure that UniData had enough […]