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Briefly: Aqua Data Server launched, Valentina Office Server

updated 11:40 am EST, Mon November 7, 2011

Valentina Office Server made free

AquaFold has announced the launch of Aqua Data Server, while Paradigma Software has made its Valentina Office Server software free


AquaFold has announced the launch of Aqua Data Server, a new product that can help organizations simplify and lower the cost of their business intelligence and data warehousing environments. The software provides an open API for accessing, manipulating and visualizing data from numerous sources. The APIs are accessible from scripts, known as AquaScripts, which use a simple JavaScript based programming language. The scripts can be executed by multiple users simultaneously, or scheduled for automatic execution with the Aqua Data Server scheduler. Pricing is based on the number of required threads, with a three thread personal license starting at $1500.

Valentina Office Server /5 being offered at no cost

Paradigma Software is now offering its Valentina Office Server /5 software for free. Previously sold for $300, the tool combines Valentina DB and Valentina Reports. Valentina DB is a databasing tool that can store any kind of data, with optional and granular encryption and compression, while Valentina Reports allows users to create a number of reports that can be rendered as web pages, text, images or XML enriched PDF documents.




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