Beaverton, Oregon – Paradigma Software announces the release of Valentina Server 5, the enterprise class reports and database server and the free Valentina Studio 5 database management and administration solution for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
Valentina Server 5 is a robust enterprise reports and database server, that allows reports to be served from many database sources, including MySQL, Postgre, SQLite and Valentina DB. Valentina Server 5 also incorporates the object-relational, columnar database Valentina DB. Serve flexible, beautiful reports that include grids, charts, graphs, images, barcodes and other visual elements, with API support for exporting reports as XML enriched PDFs, images, web pages and more. A free version is available. Free, native connectors are available for every major development environment for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux and also iOS (iPhone and iPad) for connecting to Valentina Server. Web applications can be built with PHP and Ruby on Rails.
Valentina Studio 5 lets you manage, query and administer popular databases including Valentina DB, MySQL, Postgre and SQLite. Valentina Studio 5 is available for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux and is free (previously $99).
Valentina Studio Pro 5 adds a powerful Query Builder, SQL DIFF, database diagramming and a powerful visual Reports Designer. Reports generated from Valentina Studio 5 can be exported as web pages, PDF and images. The report templates also work with Valentina Reports ADK and the Reports Server component built into Valentina Server. Valentina Studio Pro is available for $199.
Developer solutions for local applications allow incorporating the ultra fast Valentina DB and Valentina Reports engines into desktop applications and cost $199 per platform.
Valentina Reports 5 ADK integrates visually rich business reports into applications built with every major development platform on Linux, Mac OS X or Windows. Valentina Reports 5 supports connectivity to MySQL, Valentina DB, Postgre, SQLite and ODBC data sources.
Valentina DB 5 ADK allows developers to build local datastores using the ultra fast Valentina DB engine and to connect to remote Valentina Server, and works with every major development platform on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. Solutions developed with Valentina DB 5 ADK can be deployed royalty free.
Valentina 5 DB Core Platform adds several new features:
* Journaling for more robust management and recovery
* Database level Triggers
* Sequences, including Temporary Sequences
* ENUM types; ENUM types with Localization
* New SQL Commands (CREATE TYPE AS ENUM,DROP TYPE, ALTER TYPE, CREATE SEQUENCE. DROP SEQUENCE, ALTER LINK | RENAME, ALTER LINK| REFERENTIAL ACTION, SHOW CHECKS, SHOW CONNECTIONS, SHOW CONSTRAINTS, SHOW INDEXES, SHOW LOGS, SHOW [VSERVER] LOG, SHOW SEQUENCES, SHOW TYPES, CREATE TRIGGER| ON DATABASE)
Many existing SQL commands are also improved.
Valentina DB is an object-relational, columnar, SQL and non-SQL database that can manage tasks up to hundred times faster than most popular database systems.Valentina DB was first released 15 years ago, constantly optimized and improved for speed and robustness for medical, financial and deep business intelligence applications that require fast results with millions of records.
Valentina Server 5, Valentina Studio 5 and developer solutions are immediately available through the Paradigma Software online store. Valentina Studio 5 will become available on the Mac App Store within the next three weeks.
Paradigma Software launched its first product, the post-relational, columnar database technology Valentina, based on the groundbreaking work of Ruslan Zasukhin in advanced database research. Mr Zasukhin’s research was to develop a database system that bypassed the severe constraints on traditional relational database systems as they grow in size and complexity. Valentina maximizes available resources by making data based tasks of millions of items extremely fast and efficient. Paradigma Software Incorporated was established in 1998 in Beaverton, Oregon. Paradigma Software has additional offices for development and sales in Germany and Japan.