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Rocket® D3 and mvBase solutions are integrated database and application development environments designed for transactional and analytical database applications. They combine scalable, flexible, seamless interoperability with connectivity and low overhead for system management and administration.

To learn how you can use D3 to solve critical problems and boost performance, visit the product home page.

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    D3 Health Check

    Posted in: D3 and mvBase

    Hey, folks, have you ever considered having Rocket perform a health check on your D3 system? If so, check out this link to the D3 health check datasheet . Then if you're interested, please reach out via email to our Customer Solutions Engineering team ...

  • Posted in: D3 and mvBase

    Rocket D3 10.x is a powerful tool for database managers, offering improved reliability, security, performance, and modern functionality than previous versions. The end result is more streamlined management and increased productivity. The "What's ...

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  • Posted in: D3 and mvBase

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  • Why upgrade D3

    Your business critical D3 app shows up to work every day. Here's why you should make upgrading to the latest version a priority: 
    • Stability
    • Security
    • Performance
    • Disaster Recovery
    • Other new features
  • Now available | Rocket D3 10.3.2

    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 into D3 from Python, completing the bidirectional support of Rocket D3 Python for better integration. This ability allows Python developers to access data and existing business rules that are stored in the D3 database environment.
    • Encryption at the field level, rather than at the file level, offering a performance benefit, especially for large files.
    • The option to use 256-bit encryption instead of the default of 128 bit, checking a box for organizations that require 256-bit encryption.
    • Support for the new Rocket MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS). If you’re interested, please plan an upgrade to 10.3.2 so you’re ready when MVIS 1.3 is released (planned for Feb. 2021) to take advantage of all the features/benefits MVIS provides including empowers teams to leverage modern languages and frameworks to access MV data and business logic. MVIS incorporates a low-code/no-code approach that’s cloud-ready and provides users with 24x7x365 connectivity. It can help you extend business opportunities, expand your workforce with younger developers, and get products to market faster.
    • Support for newer platforms: Windows (10, 2012 R2, 2016, 2019), AIX (7.1, 7.2), and Linux (RHEL 8).
    You can find a complete list of enhancements and system requirements for Rocket D3 10.3.2 in the release notes.

    Ready to upgrade now? If you have a current Support and Maintenance Agreement for Rocket D3, you can order your version upgrade from RBC. If you don’t have an active maintenance agreement, we can help you get current. Simply contact us to discuss your options.

Community Blogs

  • Rocketeer Kirsten Petersen, Information Developer for MultiValue products, recently penned a blog post on the merits of upgrading older versions of Rocket D3 to the latest version, 10.3. Data security, improved performance, wider compatibility, and terminal ...