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Why Enterprise NoSQL Matters - CIO.com

Why Enterprise NoSQL Matters - CIO.com | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it
Through the explosion of the "NoSQL databases," read how MarkLogic stands out as a clear leader in the "Enterprise NoSQL" category.
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The good, old-fashioned relational database, a well-understood technology with a known list of providers for two decades, has faced disruption since the turn of the millennium, and the disruption is peaking now. The rise of cloud applications, big data analytics, mobile computing, sophisticated content and asset management solutions, and social media have pushed the once dependable relational database to the edge of, and sometimes past, its abilities.

Because it was originally architected to work with hardware from yesteryear, the older relational database may struggle to take optimal advantage of the dramatic price/performance improvements and innovations found in adjunct technologies like multi-core processors and storage. Add in previously inconceivable requirements for scalability, plus the still substantial margins enjoyed by long-standing enterprise database providers, and modern database buyers have found motivation to look for fresh alternatives.

In the vacuum formed between older databases and new use cases, an explosion of roughly 50 new commercial and open source databases, often referred to collectively as "NoSQL databases," have come to market. The Enterprise Strategy Group prefers to interpret the term "NoSQL" to mean "Not Only SQL" given that many of the new databases do support Structured Query Language (SQL). But suffice it to say that pent-up demand to better address post-2000 use cases has produced a throng of new database choices. Yet therein lies another, ironic, challenge for the database buyer: too much choice. Fortunately, if you require enterprise-class features in a NoSQL database, the number of choices shrinks to a few. Read how MarkLogic stands out as a clear leader in the "Enterprise NoSQL" category.

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Zero Friction Analytics | MarkLogic

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Tony Agresta's curator insight, March 22, 2013 2:07 PM

Ken Krupa makes great points in this recent blog post - Here's an excerpt:   "We have again hit an inflection point where the pace of data creation has far surpassed our ability to process it using only relational tools. As with the file-based era, we were also not idle during the relational era with respect to our propensity for new data creation. Accelerated greatly by the World Wide Web, we are now deluged with a myriad of applications not only at our desktops but also on our phones and anywhere the web and/or technology has reach (cars, homes, etc.). And while many of these web-enabled applications are powered by relational technologies, the subsequent data emitted by them (in the form of tweets, blog posts, FaceBook “likes”, etc.) is inherently unstructured."    


Learn more about how unstructured data can be managed using an Enterprise NoSQL approach by reading the full post.

Adrian Carr's curator insight, March 25, 2013 5:50 AM

Ken makes a strong caswe for the need for zero friction analytics - there is too much data moving too quickly for every use case to be modelled.

"... we are at the 3rd era of data processing and it’s very big and quite unstructured".."where the technology itself discovers relationships that are otherwise not apparent. And things are moving beyond that as well, with advances in semantics (i.e. inferring meaning and context from data) progressing into the mainstream...

 

A great article!

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If I haven't heard of it it's probably NoSQL! | Bloor

It's all too easy to think that all noSQL vendors fall into the same camp. MarkLogic is a notable exception.
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There are a huge and ridiculous number of NoSQL databases on the market and the truth is that there is not enough market out there to sustain them all. This means that a bunch of them will eventually go belly up. This is especially true bearing in mind that many of these companies are open source and have miniscule numbers of paying customers. Of course, this is the gamble that the VCs take but I think there are likely to be a lot more losers than winners. On the other hand the winners may win big.

 

But there's another consequence of this plethora of suppliers that most of us have never heard of. The thought process goes something like this: "I've never heard of you … oh, you're a NoSQL vendor … in that case I'll wish you the best of British … goodbye". Only, that approach can be a mistake: because there are NoSQL companies that you may not have heard of that actually do have a sound business model and a decent customer base. Of course, they are the exception to the rule but they do exist.

 

I was reminded of this today when I got a press release from MarkLogic (they've introduced a free developer license for their Enterprise Edition and also announced a Mongo2MarkLogic converter). I meant to write about them last year but, what with one thing and another, didn't get around to it. So, what makes MarkLogic different from your ordinary, average run-of-the-mill NoSQL vendor?

 

Well, first, they were around before the whole trend for NoSQL became fashionable - the company was founded in 2001. Second, they have never been an open source vendor. Third, they have over 350 real, live, actual paying enterprise customers (many of them major companies) and, perhaps most importantly, the product is ACID compliant. That seems like a contradiction in terms doesn't it? NoSQL and ACID compliant!

 

As might be suggested by the Mongo converter that the company has just introduced, MarkLogic is especially focused on unstructured data. Thus, for example, the BBC built its web site for the London Olympics last year based on MarkLogic. Warner Brothers uses the product as catalogue storage for the trailers it makes for its various movies. In both case the product's integrated search engine is the icing on top of the database. Actually, it's a federated search engine and it has more conventional uses as well: for instance, one global investment bank is using it to establish its risk position across geographies.

 

The underlying architecture of MarkLogic is XML-based but the company has the product running on top of HDFS in its labs though this is not generally available as yet. It is possible to archive data to HDFS environments and MarkLogic has policy definition capabilities provided for ILM (information lifecycle management) purposes. You can still search across the archived HDFS environment using the MarkLogic search engine. As one might expect from an XML-based technology, access may be made via XQuery but there is also support for JSON and SQL access as well as a REST API.

 

So: not all NoSQL products and vendors are by any means equal. Indeed, MarkLogic tends to compete with relational databases and technology rather than other NoSQL suppliers. And that, perhaps, proves the point that it is dangerous to tar all NoSQL vendors with the same brush. Because MarkLogic is clearly an exception.

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Adam Fowler's curator insight, May 3, 2013 9:05 AM

Great piece of research that makes the point that not all NoSQL databases are equal. Quite the opposite infact.

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Transaction Surveillance and Compliance Monitoring | MarkLogic

Transaction Surveillance and Compliance Monitoring | MarkLogic | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it
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For many years the number of data flows, complex systems, and simple volume of information has made financial compliance difficult to assure without significant resources being applied. MarkLogic provides the latest technology to solve this problem.


The MarkLogic Solution

All the data flows pertaining to trading, pricing, and operations can be brought together into a single database that can be configured to provide live, real-time information to the compliance officer and management. With MarkLogic:

• Both real-time and historic data analysis and trending can be seen across all data types.


• External pricing sources (e.g., Trayport / Markit) can all be integrated easily.


• On top of all of the above facilities, email traffic, voice, IM, and all trader activity can be monitored in real time through the same system.

For Gas, Power and Emissions trading businesses, what this means is:

• Prices on Trayport, exchange pricing, voice broker pricing, and email / IM pricing can all be monitored in real time and analysed together with the historic data set to identify trends.


• All trades can be monitored in this way.


• Generating capacity can be monitored, so supply and demand can be interrogated for impact on pricing for trading.


• All front office models, inputs, and communication can be validated for impact on pricing.


• Pre-trade process can be easily monitored.


• Wash trades, off-market transactions, and trades with counterparties at or near credit limits can be flagged / blocked.


• Trader mandates, position limits, tenor limits, and geographic limits can be monitored and alerts triggered to appropriate personnel.

In essence, you, as compliance officer, have total visibility of all the data in your firm, with agile, low-latency reporting at your fingertips.

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Database Revolution: Old SQL, NewSQL, NoSQL … Huh?

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Adrian Carr's curator insight, January 30, 2013 8:26 AM

The treminology is still shaking up - NoSQL tends to imply Hadoop but there is another way which incorportaes ACID compliance - essential if an Enterprise cannot afford to lose their data...

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MarkLogic World 2013 - April 8-11, 2013 - in Las Vegas

MarkLogic World 2013 - April 8-11, 2013 - in Las Vegas | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it

 

 

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This is your invitation - To join the BIG DATA NATION.

 

Whether you run a business or sling code, if you are thinking about how to get more from your data, this is the place for you. MarkLogic is the new generation of database technology. We will help put your data to work for you.

 

Our packed 4-day user conference will offer you:

 

→ Keynotes that stretch your imagination

 

→ 40+ Breakout sessions highlighting customer transformations

 

→ Networking events to pull you into the conversation

 

→ Training on new MarkLogic features and functions

 

→ Partner Showcase of Big Data solutions

 

→ Customer Celebration

 

This is an event you won’t want to miss. Mark your calendars now for April 8-11, 2013 in Las Vegas.

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Adrian Carr's curator insight, January 30, 2013 8:28 AM

With an expected attendance of not far of 1000 people - customers, analysts, experts, groupies and dbnerds this will be the landmark event on the NoSQL calendar.

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Data Virtualization Solutions | MarkLogic

Data Virtualization Solutions | MarkLogic | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it
MarkLogic’s enterprise NoSQL database overcomes the limitations of rigid RDBMS-based systems, enabling comprehensive data virtualization.
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Organizations with business critical information scattered across separately owned and managed silos need this data in one place. MarkLogic’s Enterprise NoSQL database overcomes the limitations of rigid RDBMS-based systems, enabling comprehensive data virtualization.

 

The growing volumes of information available today continue to put a heavy work load on data analysts. It is difficult and often too time consuming for analysts to separate the useful information from the rest. They risk drawing incorrect conclusions because they missed buried, relevant information. Or they risk missing a critical deadline or opportunity because it took so long to analyze the data.

 

MarkLogic is the Enterprise NoSQL database that manages all types of data at scale in real time. MarkLogic lets developers build the visualization capabilities that help analysts make quick, informed decisions with Big Data.

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Giving Big Data publishing the royal treatment

Giving Big Data publishing the royal treatment | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it
U.K. royal society jumps into 21st century with the MarkLogic NoSQL database, opening 170 years of content to public view
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MarkLogic - Transaction Surveillance and Compliance Monitoring

MarkLogic - Transaction Surveillance and Compliance Monitoring | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it
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The recent press on pricing in both the Gas and Electricity markets, has heightened focus on the Compliance function, and underlined the need to evidence visibility, control and monitoring of the trading function to prove that there is no pricing collusion.

MarkLogic, the leading operational database for unstructured and semi structured information, has partnered with Excelian to provide a real time Compliance and Governance system that

• Ingests all pricing, trade and reference data in real time
• Monitors email, IM Social Media, counter party credit limits and alerts Compliance and Management to pre-defined triggers
• Provides Historical data analysis and trending of all the information to surface unobserved links and correlations, and offers
• Allows Flexible Reporting

We have over 350 customers and MarkLogic has been deployed successfully by many of the world’s leading companies, including JP Morgan, BP Trading and UBS.
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Shopping in the Big Data marketplace

Shopping in the Big Data marketplace | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it

"The Big Data marketplace is diverse and growing. It has a host of companies selling products that are called big data solutions but some of that is opportunism and some is deliberate obfuscation of the concept."

 

After reading this article, I couldn't help but add some more depth. "Shopping in the Big Data Marketplace" fails to mention the leader in this space, MarkLogic who has been providing powerful, accessible and trusted technology in this space longer than any of the vendors mentioned in the article. This isn't hype.

 

There's one absolute way to validate this - Read about the customers who use MarkLogic today including the BBC, MModal, Conde Naste, Zynx, countless government agencies. A more complete view is available here:

 

http://www.marklogic.com/customers/

 

Why did these organizations decide to use MarkLogic? It's an enterprise grade, hardened Big Data platform that works. Some of the capabilities provided out of the box include:

 

 - MarkLogic distributes Hadoop

 - User-Defined functions

 - In-database Analytic Functions

 - Visualization Widgets

 - Real-time, flexible indexes

 - Multilingual full-text search

 - Schemaless design

 - Scale out on commodity hardware with auto-sharding

 - Tiered storage

 - Alerting and event processing

-  Geospatial query

 - Java API

 - REST API

 - JSON Support

 - MarkLogic Content Pump

 - BI Tools Integration

 - Application Builder

 - Information Studio

 - Connector for Hadoop

 - Monitoring and Management

 - Support for Linux, Windows, Solaris, MacOSX, SUSE, VMWare

 - Superclusters

 - Transactions

 - Role-based Security

 - Automated failover

 - Replication

 - Journal archiving

 - Point-in-time recovery

 - Database rollback

 - Backup/Restore

 - Distributed transactions

 - Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation (ISO 15408)

 

Here's a link to a video you can watch about how the BBC Olympics Website was built on this proven, trusted technology:

 

http://resources.marklogic.com/library/media/scaling-to-olympic-proportions

 

 

 

 

 


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MarkLogic Server - HDFS Storage: The only enterprise-class NoSQL database that gives you fast and secure access to specific pieces of data, not just large files, within your Hadoop infrastructure ...

Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) is the next generation of shared storage and the foundation of the Hadoop ecosystem. It provides reliable file storage at massive scale on commodity hardware. Most applications, however, need fast and secure access to specific pieces of data, not large files.

 

In the latest version of MarkLogic Server available now from MarkLogic Developer Labs, you can run the MarkLogic enterprise NoSQL database on top of HDFS to provide ACID transactions, role-based security, full-text search, and the flexibility of a granular document data model for real-time applications all within your existing Hadoop infrastructure.

 

Benefits of Running MarkLogic on Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS)

 

Real-time Hadoop applications: HDFS is great for high-throughput applications, such as MapReduce. With MarkLogic running on HDFS, Hadoop is extended to support low-latency applications as well, such as real-time search and analytics. Using HDFS as storage for a NoSQL database is not new, of course. However, MarkLogic is the first to support transactional updates, full-text search, a document data model, and enterprise security together in one integrated system.

 

Database management system, not custom middleware: If you’re building your own secondary indexes, replication, or transactions, you’re doing work you shouldn’t be focusing on. Having these low-level capabilities built into the database reduces custom code and one-off integrations, allowing your development and operations teams to focus on application features and SLAs that differentiate your business, and not plumbing.

 

Unstructured throughout: MarkLogic and Hadoop are both built for unstructured data. By combining the two you eliminate the need to map data to rows and columns for every type of analysis or service endpoint that your business users will dream up. This makes it much easier to integrate new and unanticipated data sources.

 

Easily age your data and store it appropriately: By combining Hadoop and MarkLogic, users are able to index the most critical and frequently accessed data on high-performance infrastructure and allocate the rest to a low-cost archive for intermittent access and historical analysis.

 

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Dominic Spitz's comment, November 23, 2012 8:24 AM
A MarkLogic® Server technology preview, featuring Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) storage, is available from MarkLogic Developer Labs today. The production release is expected to be generally available early 2013.
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Top 5 Derivatives Trading Bank | MarkLogic

Top 5 Derivatives Trading Bank | MarkLogic | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it

Customer Objectives:

 

This Bank books an average of 100,000 derivatives trades a day into its system. Although that isn’t a large number in terms of actual trades, the complexity of the derivatives business creates an intricate data environment. The 100,000 trades typically result in about 32 million live deals in the system at any one time, generating cash flow risks in excess of $100 million. Trade amendments, which occur frequently, compound the dynamic workflow.

The Bank determined that to capitalize on the opportunities the 2008 financial crisis created for well-capitalized firms it needed to ensure both cost and operational efficiency. Though not initiated in response to regulatory requirements, it was recognized that achieving operational efficiency also benefited compliance reporting.

 

The MarkLogic Solution:

 

In addition to the global, real-time 24/7/365 single, unified, and accurate view of derivatives trades, the Bank:

 

Replaced 20 Sybase databases with a single MarkLogic database

 

Achieved a dramatic reduction in maintenance costs: 1 system versus 20, 1 DBA versus 5-10

 

Is seeing an ability to develop and deploy new software more quickly

 

MarkLogic Benefits

 

A financial services leader, the Bank recognized the opportunity the 2008 financial crisis created for well-capitalized, innovative firms to gain market share. For their strategic initiative to ensure cost and operational efficiency by reengineering their disparate, legacy derivatives trading architecture the Bank selected MarkLogic. The new platform enables faster time to market new products, trade information is retrievable as well as actionable in nano-seconds, and compliance reporting is enhanced.

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Real-time Your Hadoop - MarkLogic

Real-time Your Hadoop - MarkLogic | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it

Get the best of real-time Big Data Applications with the benefits of batch processing and archival storage by combining Hadoop with MarkLogic. The MarkLogic Connector for Hadoop allows you to augment Hadoop capabilities with MarkLogic’s real-time capabilities to create opportunities for new, immediate business insights.

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U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Launches New Big Data Application on MarkLogic(R)

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Launches New Big Data Application on MarkLogic(R) | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it
SAN CARLOS, CA--(Marketwire - Mar 26, 2013) - MarkLogic Corporation, the provider of the MarkLogic® Enterprise NoSQL database, today announced that the U.S.
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Real-Time, Granular, Online Access to Complex Manuals Improves Efficiency and Transparency While Reducing Costs

 

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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has launched the Reference Document Management Service (RDMS), which uses MarkLogic for real-time searching of detailed, specific, up-to-date content within patent and trademark manuals. RDMS enables real-time search of the Manual of Patent Examining Procedure (MPEP) and the Trademark Manual of Examination Procedures (TMEP). These manuals provide a vital window into the complexities of U.S. patent and trademark laws for inventors, examiners, businesses, and patent and government attorneys.

 

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MarkLogic Enhances Enterprise NoSQL Database Applications & Analytic Solutions With Intel(R) Distribution for Apache Hadoop Software

MarkLogic Enhances Enterprise NoSQL Database Applications & Analytic Solutions With Intel(R) Distribution for Apache Hadoop Software | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it
SANTA CLARA, CA--(Marketwire - Feb 26, 2013) - Strata Conference - To ensure that organizations are able to securely make use of their growing
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To ensure that organizations are able to securely make use of their growing volumes of data MarkLogic Corporation today announced that it will deliver an enterprise-grade application and analytics software solution to unlock the power of Big Data based on the Intel® Distribution for Apache Hadoop software (Intel® Distribution). The Intel Distribution will work seamlessly with the MarkLogic Enterprise NoSQL (not only SQL) database to enable real-time transactional and analytic applications.


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Hadoop is increasingly important for cheap data archival and batch analysis. Read why using this with MarkLogic is of benefit.

Tony Agresta's curator insight, May 16, 2013 2:43 PM

With this announcement, Enterprise Hadoop meets Enterprise NoSQL including certification and testing of a known configuration, integrated support, enterprise management tools and performance & security enhancements.  To be specific, Apache Hadoop can take full advantage of the advanced processor capabilities such as AES-NI and SSE.   Energy efficient servers for scale-out architectures are enabled with Xeon E5.   Faster data ingest, export, perfromance and reliability support SSD big data usage models.    Most importantly, enterprise hadoop complements Marklogic in areas such as operational applications, real time decision making, distributed indexes and enterprise search.


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MarkLogic Simplifies Development of Enterprise-Ready Applications: Free Developer License for MarkLogic(R) Enterprise Edition Now Available

SAN CARLOS, CA, Feb 12 (Marketwire) -- MarkLogic Corporation, provider of the only enterprise NoSQL database,today announced the availability of a free Developer License forMarkLogic(R) Enterprise Edition.

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From Gary Bloom: "By providing a free Developer License we enable developers to quicklydeliver reliable, scalable and secure information and analyticapplications that are production-ready," said Gary Bloom, CEO andPresident of MarkLogic. "Many of our customers first experimented withother free NoSQL products, but turned to MarkLogic when they recognizedthe need for search, security, support for ACID transactions and otherfeatures necessary for enterprise environments. Our goal is to eliminatethe cost barrier for developers and give them access to the bestenterprise NoSQL platform from the start."

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http://www.marklogic.com/press-releases/marklogic-simplifies-development-of-enterprise-ready-applications-free-developer-license-for-marklogic-enterprise-edition-now-available/


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Enabling Better Information Visibility to Increase Efficiency and Profitability for Oil Traders - MarkLogic

Enabling Better Information Visibility to Increase Efficiency and Profitability for Oil Traders - MarkLogic | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it
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Correlating vast amounts of highly variable data requires advanced search and retrieval capabilities. Oil traders and logisticians are perpetually inundated with an onslaught of news reports, pricing volatilities, complex contracts, and other Big Data challenges. MarkLogic's unique technology improves time-sensitive decision making by providing real-time risk visibility, data storage and analysis, open source intelligence, content management, and compliance with regulatory requirements.

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Technology to store, manage, search and analyze Big Data leaps to the top of the agenda for Financial Institutions as enterprise NoSQL databases come of age.

 

 

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Financial Institutions are focused on initiatives to survive in a world where regulatory pressure, risk mitigation and increasing volumes of data continue to pressure legacy infrastructures. Improved operational efficiency and revenue generation are at the forefront of the agenda.

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What is MarkLogic?

What is MarkLogic? | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it

 

 

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→ Enterprise NoSQL Database Technology:

For more than a decade, MarkLogic has delivered a powerful and trusted enterprise-grade NoSQL database that enables organizations to turn all data into valuable and actionable information. Key features include ACID transactions, horizontal scaling, real-time indexing, high availability, disaster recovery, government-grade security, and more

→ Best Big Data Search:

Big Data is only valuable if you can find the information that is critical to your organization’s success. Searching across different data types — text, images, date/time, geospatial, and currencies — from multiple, disparate systems is difficult, and often requires weeks of data manipulation and normalization. Only when you have the power to search across all your data are you able to get the full value out of your information. With MarkLogic, you can easily add new information, index “as-is,” and get up to date sub-second search results.

→ Application Development:

 

Application development teams continually face challenges around costs, resources, time-to-market, feature completeness, and quality. Tools that promote rapid development and best practices are critical for meeting the stringent requirements of application initiatives. With the growing challenge of managing unstructured information and Big Data, development efficiency and effectiveness are more important than ever. You can quickly develop advanced database applications that search through terabytes of information to store and retrieve any type of data, using MarkLogic’s rich application development tools and APIs.

→ Analytics & Business Intelligence:

 

Big Data opens up the potential for predictive analysis, competitive and customer intelligence, sentiment analysis, social media surveillance, and so much more. However, not every Big Data technology platform supports real-time Business Intelligence

→ Get Inside the Brains of MarkLogic - MarkLogic Architecture:

Fast, agile, and scalable – that’s what makes MarkLogic the leading database for unstructured information. It fuses together database internals, search-style indexing, and application server behaviors into a unified system. It uses XML documents as its data model, and stores the documents within a transactional repository. It indexes the words and values from each of the loaded documents, as well as the document structure.

→ Real-time Your Hadoop:


Get the best of real-time Big Data Applications with the benefits of batch processing and archival storage by combining Hadoop with MarkLogic. The MarkLogic Connector for Hadoop allows you to easily move data between MarkLogic and Hadoop within applications, creating opportunities to identify new business insights

 

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Build or Buy: Open Source or Enterprise Software - MarkLogic

Build or Buy: Open Source or Enterprise Software - MarkLogic | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it
Looking for a NoSQL database? Should you build or buy, use open source or Enterprise software?
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Financial Services | MarkLogic

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The world’s largest financial services firms have adopted MarkLogic’s enterprise NoSQL server to aggregate disparate data types from the myriad of systems that span their enterprises. Using an XML data model, MarkLogic is able to quickly load data “as-is” eliminating months of development work. MarkLogic provides the single source of truth; helping banks deal with cost pressures, customer needs, heightened regulatory scrutiny and demands for greater transparency.

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With MarkLogic Search Technology, Factiva Enables Standardized Search And Improved Experiences Across Dow Jones Digital Network

With MarkLogic Search Technology, Factiva Enables Standardized Search And Improved Experiences Across Dow Jones Digital Network | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it
With MarkLogic Search Technology, Factiva Enables Standardized Search And Improved Experiences Across Dow Jones Digital Network
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Dow Jones & Company’s Factiva information service has long been distinguished by the semantic tools it applies to its content to surface relevant search information. Last week the company announced what it says is one of the most significant investments it’s made in the Factiva product suite, licensing new search technology from MarkLogic Corp.
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Architecture Overview — How does MarkLogic fit into your world?

Architecture Overview — How does MarkLogic fit into your world? | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it
MarkLogic is the only Enterprise NoSQL Database...
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Unlock all the data in your organization with sub-second speed - Search & Discovery Applications | MarkLogic

Unlock all the data in your organization with sub-second speed - Search & Discovery Applications | MarkLogic | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it

As data explodes in the enterprise, precise search and discovery of information is needed for mission critical decisions.

 

With sub-second search capabilities over billions of records and the ability for 100’s of thousands of simultaneous targeted searches, MarkLogic provides the most advanced Big Data search.

 

With MarkLogic, organizations can index and search data and content “as-is” from multiple, ever-changing sources – and create multiple highly tuned search interfaces for their users and customers, leveraging a single search and database infrastructure. By making every element of the data available for search without knowing the questions ahead of time, and executing searches in real-time, MarkLogic overcomes the barriers that make traditional search solutions limited in scope and slow to produce the business data they are searching. MarkLogic also enables organizations to remove the traditional complexity of connecting search solutions to databases because we provide search as part of our Enterprise NoSQL database.

 

 

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MarkLogic Enterprise NoSQL Database Running on HDFS Available as Technology Preview

MarkLogic Enterprise NoSQL Database Running on HDFS Available as Technology Preview | MarkLogic - Enterprise NoSQL Database | Scoop.it

By combining Hadoop and MarkLogic, users are able to index the most critical and frequently accessed data on high-performance infrastructure and allocate the rest to a low-cost archive for intermittent access and historical analysis.

 

This is important for regulated industries, such as government and financial services, for example, that often have legal requirements governing the amount of data an organization must keep and what it may need to report on, or for a business that may want to keep a long-tail of information for historical reporting and analytics.

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