Multiple MultiValue alpha and beta opportunities 2nd half of 2021

Rocket Software is hosting three programs: Rocket MV beta for UniVerse 12.2.1 Rocket MV beta for U2 Toolkit for .NET 2.2.3 Rocket MV alpha for D3 10.4.0 By participating, we’ll hear your business needs and suggestions as we develop solutions to help you address your business challenges. These alpha/beta programs are also an opportunity to […]

Rocket MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS) Case Study – Eurotunnel Le Shuttle Modernization

Today we are publishing a new case study detailing how Eurotunnel is using MVIS and U2 Python to modernize their MV-based reservation system. Geoff Bishop and team faced challenges related to adopting modern web development, integrating with third parties, and attracting new development talent. Eurotunnel, a long time MultiValue customer, fully developed their reservation system […]

Rocket MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS): Container Orchestration Services with Kubernetes

We’re hosting a Rocket® Software MultiValue University (MVU) virtual event in July. The topic is container orchestration services with Kubernetes and how our new Rocket MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS) can help. On July 7 and 8 (July 9 in APAC), Amey Rokde, Rocket Senior Software Engineer, will dedicate an hour to Kubernetes, an open-source platform […]

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. […]

UniVerse 11.3.2 supports replicating of Type 1 and 19 files via sequential I/O

UniVerse Type 1/19 files have been broadly used in UniVerse applications. In the older versions of UniVerse, writing a record into a Type 1/19 file via a standard WRITE statement or ED will be replicated. However, the updates done via sequential I/O capabilities of BASIC would not be replicated to the subscriber. This has been […]