If you have an existing MultiValue application or are about to start developing a new application, OpenQM may just be the solution you have been seeking. QpenQM offers a cost-effective, high-performance environment in an extremely efficient footprint, a fraction of the cost of other MultiValue database environments.
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OpenQM has long sought to revolutionize the MultiValue industry, taking MultiValue to new heights of performance and expectation. OpenQM support and maintenance is now available for the first time directly from Zumasys, one of the largest development and engineering teams in the MultiValue market. With technical support engineers located across the United States and England, you’ll always be able to reach someone who knows the importance of keeping your MultiValue application up and running.
Our software developers, technical support engineers, infrastructure experts, and cloud engineers will work with you to support, protect, and modernize your OpenQM database—whether on site or in the cloud. Our cloud platform is optimized for MultiValue database applications using industry-leading technologies from VMware, NetApp, and Cisco, and housed in the world’s most secure data center, The SuperNAP, managed by expert engineers who understand your business. We take care of everything including backups, system administration, and monitoring so you can focus resources on your core business while maintaining complete control of your data and applications.
OPENQM AT A GLANCE
OpenQM began in 1993 as an embedded database from Ladybridge Systems. It was released in its own right in mid-2001 on Windows systems and extended to Linux in 2003 and FreeBSD in 2004. In 2015, OpenQM announced a partnership with Zumasys to provide worldwide distribution, to create a comprehensive telephone support/maintenance program and to multi-tenant OpenQM on the Zumasys Cloud. This allows customers to quickly provision OpenQM servers in the cloud and benefit from a convenient, affordable monthly fee for the database, operating system and underlying infrastructure.