EcoDigital Updates DIVA Software

The release of DIVA 8.1 contains 30 performance enhancements to the DIVA Software Suite for digital asset management.

This new release represents the third major upgrade to DIVA in the past 16 months.

“DIVA is the world’s leading and most trusted content storage management system, and ongoing innovation has been critical to keeping DIVA ahead of the curve in meeting market requirements,” said Geoff Tognetti, CTO at EcoDigital. “We have continually invested in the future of DIVA, and we’re confident that our customers will find that version 8.1 offers capabilities that can benefit their operations now and going forward.”

Enhancements in DIVA 8.1 include expanded and improved configuration, reporting, and notification options as well as a new RESTful API, a new metadata and object database, and an array of fixes and updates — including performance improvements for Amazon S3 — since the release of DIVA 8.0 just four months ago.

DIVA 8.1 will begin shipping early in November.

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