We’re excited to announce another release of the MultiValue Performance Experience (MVX: Performance)

In release 1.2 we’ve added a new monitoring tile that informs users specifically about what’s consuming memory and CPU resources on the host system, and the number of queued processes. Available at a glance, this information helps users immediately see when their systems are facing performance issues. In addition to the monitoring tiles on the […]


Rocket MV BASIC for VS Code v1.6.0 – Debugging Functionality PREVIEW

The Rocket MultiValue team is pleased to announce the availability of the Rocket MV BASIC for Visual Studio Code 1.6.0 extension, now available on the Visual Studio Code Marketplace. Rocket MV BASIC for VS Code (MVVS) allows BASIC developers to edit, compile, and now debug their BASIC applications in one of the most popular development […]

Benefits of MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS) over U2 REST

If you are a MultiValue Developer or Administrator and are using U2 REST for exposing your data and business logic as RESTful Endpoints, we have an exciting alternative for you to consider – MVIS. And have I mentioned that it is FREE? Many of our customers have replaced U2REST with MVIS, and are realizing the […]

Rocket MultiValue & Zumasys product alignment | Webinar

Since acquiring products from Zumasys in October 2021, Rocket’s MultiValue product management team has been hard at work, building a plan for the acquisitions. Please join us on April 5th, (or April 6th if you’re in APAC,) for a Rocket MultiValue product alignment event where we’ll take questions. Because we want to allot as much time […]


MultiValue Performance Experience now available!

Today we announced general availability of a performance monitor tools every business running Rocket UniVerse needs. The Rocket MultiValue Performance Experience (MVX: Performance), is the only system monitoring tool providing DBAs with deep insights within Rocket UniVerse. It’s is a modern, easy-to-use web-based tool with a dashboard consisting of three tiles: Events, Sessions and Locks. […]