How to use the Certificate Management Tool

In the first post on the Certificate Management Tool (CMT) series, I: introduced the tool detailed what the tool can help you do covered the benefits (including ease-of-use and simplifying securing connections involving Rocket MultiValue products) provided directions on where to download this free tool In the second post, I explained why this easy-to-use tool […]

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

Now that we have gone over some of the basics such as manipulating numpy arrays and pandas data frames in the first two parts of “Python Data Science and the Rocket MultiValue Database”, we will now create a simple object for managing the storage and retrieval of data to a Rocket MultiValue database. For our […]

Understanding Commonality is Key to Leveraging the Certificate Management Tool (CMT)

This post is a follow-on to the Sept. 6 post entitled SSL / TLS and the Certificate Management Tool (CMT). You can use the Certificate Management Tool (CMT) to prepare SSL certificate data in a fashion that either a UniData or UniVerse database and any of the U2 tools can consume.  When I say any […]

SSL / TLS and the Certificate Management Tool (CMT)

When the SSL protocol was standardized by the IETF, it was renamed to Transport Layer Security (TLS). Many use the TLS and SSL names interchangeably, but technically they are different since each describes a different version of the protocol. SSL/TLS certificates can of course be used with both SSL and TLS protocols. SSL certificate is […]

Recognizing the Value of MultiValue and its Senior Developers

This is part one of a series on how to bring the MultiValue platform, and the business-critical applications that were built on it, and depend on it, into the mainstream. The MultiValue community has a wealth of experienced developers responsible for a myriad of applications that have supported businesses for decades, and yet, many of […]