Vote for OpenInsight


DBTAVoting has now opened for the 2017 Database Trends and Applications Readers’ Choice Awards and OpenInsight has once again made the shortlist in a couple of the categories.

The competition is fierce with some high profile candidates and household names across all sectors of the database technology community but I am pleased to see OpenInsight listed.  If you are an OpenInsight developer or user of one of the many OpenInsight based solutions around the world, it would be great to receive your vote for OpenInsight.

Please Click Here to cast your vote today for one of the most complete and easy to use Application Development tools available.

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DBTA – MV Vendors Look to the Role of MV in the Future


1P7A8552Database Trends and Applications have just published a new article that looks at the role of MultiValue technologies in the future.

Author Stephanie Simone, talks to six of the key leaders in the MultiValue community to get their viewpoint on the future of our great technologies into the future.

Here is what Mike Ruane, President and CEO, Revelation Software had to say on the subject.

“At Revelation Software, we are incorporating features, capabilities, and integrations into OpenInsight (our MultiValue database development environment) to address the challenges of evolving data environments.

We are providing MV developers with a browser-based rapid application development tool that lets them generate responsive forms, reports, and dashboards, and we are supporting the “develop once and deploy to the desktop, tablet, or a mobile device” design philosophy.

With a development environment that tightly integrates with the Git source code management system, we offer an environment that allows for collaborative development teams as well as source code management.

Moreover, our database development environment seamlessly integrates with cloud databases. Building applications that utilize NoSQL cloud-based data storage allows us to support large numbers of concurrent users, deliver highly responsive experiences to a globally distributed base of users, provide high availability, and also handle semi-structured and unstructured data.

Enhancing usability, OpenInsight offers a development user interface within MV that is similar to what developers outside the MV world are accustomed to, provides a database environment that utilizes industry-standard AES encryption and policies, and enables end users who work with MV data stores to view their data in today’s BYOD world.”

Your can view the entire article on DBTA’s website here.

OI10 gains attention online


OI10whitePartners at Database Trends and Applications have picked up on the forthcoming OpenInsight 10 release with a posting about the new Presentation Server and From Designer.

I received the email bulletin overnight which links to http://listserv.onlineinc.com/ViewMessage.aspx?ID=da5d2fec-5a91-4848-a888-9b443915f0c6&ClientID=5899942

It is good to see that the interest in this major release is gaining momentum this early in the development cycle.

For more information about OpenInsight 10, please check out http://www.revelation.com or contact Martyn about taking one of the last couple of places on this months RUG or OI 10 awareness training.

Revelation Software Plans OpenInsight 9.3.1; Finalizes Dates for 2013 Conference


Revelation Software has announced new features as well as patches and enhancements that will be added in OpenInsight (OI) 9.3.1.

According to Robert Catalano, director of sales at Revelation, the new release includes release 1.3 of OpenInsight for Web (O4W) which offers integration with the new Banded Report Writer, support routines for RSS feeds, and has a new ad hoc Report Builder. In addition, he adds, “We have added some extensions to the jQuery mobile libary for use with the jQuery mobile library to make more robust mobile applications.”

The other major new part of the release which was not ready in time for the 9.3 release of OpenInsight in December is the OI connector for OpenQM from LadyBridge Systems. “We are delighted to be able to plug in our front-end tool kit into that database and we are quite pleased with the way that has progressed,” says Catalano.

Revelation has also finalized the dates and venue of its 2013 conference. The next Revelation Software Users Conference will be held at the Sheraton Music Center Hotel in Nashville, Tenn., April 16-19. “Nashville is a wonderful city and it offers a lot to conference attendees,” Catalano says.

The new release is planned for availability in time for the International Spectrum conference in early April.

For more information, go to Revelation’s website at www.revelation.com.

< Article originally published by Database Trends and Applications (DBTA)