Relativity Server Now Royalty Free and Standalone

RemObjects Software's announcement this week made a lot of database admins and developers happy. Its Relativity Server is used to securely create and publish data services, and now it's not only a standalone product--it's free.

Previously, Relativity Server was only available as a part of RemObjects Software's Data Abstract, which itself is a cross-platform db application framework for .NET, Xcode and Delphi. The standalone version is currently only available for the Mac platform, but Windows and iPad versions are in the works.

RemObjects Software's announcement this week made a lot of database admins and developers happy. Its Relativity Server is used to securely create and publish data services, and now it's not only a standalone product--it's free.

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