Presentations

 

Wolters Kluwer: Search That Talks Back

, – June 14, 2017

In this session, we’ll explain how this is only possible with MarkLogic, which takes advantage of a tightly integrating database, search engine, and semantics.

 

PoolParty: Semantic Content Management

, – June 13, 2017

In this session we will discuss best practices for using metadata to filter information, using semantic tagging to surface tips and suggestions, and how to scale and replicate the power of semantics through good planning and systems design.

 

Esri: Delivering Geographic Insights to Enterprise Customers

, – June 13, 2017

In this session, you will learn how Esri and MarkLogic bring GIS insights to the Enterprise, by connecting all data sources, and combining the geospatial and the semantics context.

 

MiFID II: It’s About the Data, Not the Reporting

, – June 13, 2017

Presenter: Daniel Roberts, Principal Sales Engineer, MarkLogic MiFID II is a revision of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive first implemented in 2007, and is now being revised in 2018 to include more legislation for financial services firms.Addressing MiFID II is a massive data integration effort but unfortunately most financial services firms have huge data […]

 

Semantics in Action for Proactive Policing

, – June 13, 2017

In this session, we’re going to discuss a real-life example of how MarkLogic enables proactive policing with a data-centric approach.

 

Moving to the Cloud: Making It Happen with MarkLogic

, – June 13, 2017

In this session, we will take you through a checklist that will prepare you for this major shift, including both business and technical considerations around MarkLogic in the cloud.

 

Intel & MarkLogic: Build Security Readiness at the Data Level

, – May 17, 2017

Learn about Intel’s Healthcare Security Readiness Assessment Program and where the industry’s security readiness really stands, and learn how MarkLogic can position your organization ahead of the pack with integrated data level security.

 

Creating a New Breed of Geospatial Applications

, – May 17, 2017

In this session, we’ll take a deep dive into MarkLogic 9’s new features and show you how they integrate with MarkLogic’s ability to handle unstructured content, semantics, analytics, and traditional GIS.

 

Agile Prototyping with the Data Hub Framework

, – May 17, 2017

In this session, you’ll learn how to stay on top of changing requirements by using MarkLogic and the Data Hub Framework to integrate data silos faster and perform rapid application prototyping on completely new data sources.

 

Achieving Traceability Across a Manufacturing Supply Chain with Autoliv

, – May 17, 2017

This session will explore how MarkLogic empowers an organization to achieve a 360-degree view of operations.

 

Microsoft Azure: Your Public Cloud for Running MarkLogic

, – May 17, 2017

In this session, we will walk through the cloud services options available with Azure, and provide guidance on running MarkLogic on Azure.

 

Getting the Most from MarkLogic Semantics

, – May 17, 2017

This session provides a deep dive into the architecture of the SPARQL engine inside MarkLogic.

 

Regulatory Compliance and Insight in One Solution

, – May 17, 2017

This session will show how MarkLogic is being used to both satisfy regulatory obligations and facilitate the operationalization of data across entire organizations.

 

Esri: Delivering Geographic Insights to Enterprise Customers

, – May 17, 2017

Presenter: Ben Conklin, Intel and National Security Industry Manager, ESRI Defense Organizations use Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to manage data, visualize information, and perform deep analytics within a geospatial context. In the past decade, GIS systems have transitioned from specialized desktop solutions for managing authoritative content to a true enterprise solution which allows everyone in […]

 

Building and Operating High Performance MarkLogic Apps

, – May 17, 2017

In this session you’ll learn how to identify bottlenecks, find hot-spots in production databases using real-time tools, and how to understand hardware utilization metrics.

 

Becoming a Document Modeling Guru

, – May 17, 2017

This session will liberate you from flat tables and limited relationships.

 

Data Security in Practice

, – May 17, 2017

This session explores in detail how to create a truly secure data hub that encrypts data at rest, hides sensitive information inside documents, and anonymizes documents before sharing.

 

Golden Source of Truth: Building a Trade Store

, – May 17, 2017

In this session, we’ll explore why top banks are implementing trade stores to manage these challenges, how they move from planning into build, and how they add data as their requirements evolve.

 

Chicago Lightning Talks

– May 17, 2017

Presenters: Alan Johnson, Senior Courseware Developer & Technical Instructor, MarkLogic Jim Clark, Senior Director, Product Management, MarkLogic Anthony Roach, Product Manager, MarkLogic Norm Walsh, Lead Engineer, Development, MarkLogic Moderated by: Diane Burley, Chief Content Strategist, MarkLogic Each year at MarkLogic World, we showcase how MarkLogic can help you with everyday data management issues – highlighting […]

 

Keynote: Transforming Compliance with Digital Labor

, – May 17, 2017

Presenter: Michael Henry, Principal, Advisory, KPMG LLP New York Regulatory reporting and tax compliance processes for Financial Services tend to be manual and labor intensive, which often leads to data discrepancies, delays, and higher operational costs. And, work related to regulatory reporting, risk management, and investor transparency obligations is only increasing. In this keynote, Michael […]

 

Maximizing your MarkLogic and Java Investments

, – May 16, 2017

In this session, we will show you how to get the most out of your Java and MarkLogic investments together.

 

Delivering a 360 View in Healthcare & Life Sciences

, – May 16, 2017

In this session, we will discuss what it means to have agile data, and review use cases of organizations that have implemented operational data hubs to enable the rapid creation of applications to meet a variety of business requirements.

 

Streamlining Claims: A Better Way to Detect Insurance Fraud

, – May 16, 2017

This session will review challenges with current techniques and introduce a faster, cheaper, and more agile method of building and using a fraud model with MarkLogic.

 

Expert System: What’s Your AI Strategy?

, – May 16, 2017

In this session we will look at text analytics, which is a particular strand of AI that opens the door to unprecedented productivity gains and business insights when applied to unstructured (textual) data.

 

Search from First Principles: Powering Better Results

, – May 16, 2017

This technical session will deepen your knowledge and expertise of how search works by explaining the core fundamental principles of search and indexing in MarkLogic through concrete analogies.

 

Breaking Down Data Silos with Erie Insurance

, – May 16, 2017

In this session, we discuss how Erie Insurance took a new approach with MarkLogic in which they built an Operational Data Hub using a canonical data model.

 

Effective Audit Trail of Data with PROV-O – MLW Chicago

, – May 16, 2017

This session will take you through the journey of combining PROV Ontology (PROV-O) and MarkLogic Semantics and Bitemporal features, for a durable data provenance solution.

 

Mastering Data Access with the Optic API & Template Driven Extraction – MLW Chicago

, – May 16, 2017

In this session you will learn how to best use both the Optic API and the enabling feature, Template Driven Extraction (TDE).

 

Harmonizing Multi-Model Data at the World Bank

, – May 16, 2017

In this session, we’ll review how the World Bank is using MarkLogic’s schema-agnostic, multi-model database and search capabilities to flexibly and iteratively harmonize data across the organization.

 

How a Multi-Model Approach Simplifies Your Architecture with Pearson Education

, – May 16, 2017

This talk will lay out the most important reasons to simplify you architecture and discuss how to find the best balance between simplicity and functionality.

 

The Best Way to Build a Data Hub

, – May 16, 2017

In this session, we explain what a data hub is, how it solves data integration challenges, and how organizations are building powerful operational data hubs faster and easier than ever before with the MarkLogic Data Hub Framework.

 

Data Security & Data Sharing: How To Get Both

, – May 16, 2017

In this session, you’ll learn how MarkLogic’s advanced security and privacy controls, including new features in MarkLogic 9, improve your ability to share the right data, with the right audiences, at the right times.

 

A Model-Driven Approach to Data Integration with Entity Services – MLW Chicago

, – May 16, 2017

This session will detail how data architects and developers can use Entity Services to improve data governance and time to value.

 

Delivering Transparency for Governance, Risk, & Compliance: The Answer Is In the Database

, – May 16, 2017

In this session, we’ll show you how addressing GRC problems inside the database is the key to unlocking data transparency.

 

Using MarkLogic’s Multi-Model Database to Improve Data Integration

, – May 16, 2017

In this session, we’ll disuss what makes MarkLogic’s multi-model approach unique—providing a great overview for those new to MarkLogic that will help frame the other technology breakouts.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Reimagine: Data, Applications and MarkLogic

– July 1, 2014

Presenter: Gary Bloom, Chief Executive Officer and President, MarkLogic

Isn’t it time that we all start rethinking how we manage all of the data within our enterprise, and reimagine how that will influence the future of application development and your business or organization?

 

Building on the Foundation of the New Generation

– July 1, 2014

Presenter: Joe Pasqua, Senior Vice President, Product Strategy, MarkLogic

With data at the core of everything we imagine, we embrace a new data strategy that will empower our organizations and people to achieve new heights.

 

MarkLogic Reimagined

– July 1, 2014

Presenters: Christopher Lindblad, Founder, MarkLogic
Jason Hunter, Chief Architect, MarkLogic

Find out what Christopher thinks will be the best bets for tomorrow, and what your best bets are for today. Still leading the charge for production direction and development, Christopher addresses the audience’s questions and talks about the new capabilities he’s working on for MarkLogic 8.

 

Lightning Talks 2014

– July 1, 2014

Similar to past events, these 7 minute presentations showcase MarkLogic in real environments.

 

RAPTR (RAPid Template Rendering) for better Application Development

– July 1, 2014

Presenter: Tyler Dalton, Lead Engineer, LDS

Greatly reduce the amount of back-end effort required to rapidly build web sites that are fully managed, immediately translatable (CMS integration) and ready to scale.

 

Ready to Wear: Reference Topologies and Sizing for MarkLogic, a New Approach

– July 1, 2014

Presenter: Erin Miller, Lead Performance Engineer, MarkLogic

In this session, Erin demystifies how to size MarkLogic deployments and review brand-new reference configurations.

 

RESTful API Design for MarkLogic Developers

– July 1, 2014

Presenters: Colleen Whitney, Principal Development Manager, MarkLogic
Norman Walsh, Lead Engineer, MarkLogic

Building great interfaces as a foundation for developers is fundamentally a design task, made easier by having the right building blocks at your disposal. Learn how to design, implement and test developer-friendly APIs on MarkLogic.

 

Unleashing Unstructured Data: Making Use of Your Unstructured Data with Tableau & Marklogic

– July 1, 2014

Presenter: Paul Lilford, Global Director, Technology Partners, Tableau Software

Marklogic and Tableau long offered unparalleled synergies rapidly analyzing schema-less transactions in the enterprise. With version 8.2, Tableau is delighted to introduce a 100% native, optimized, and supported Marklogic datasource connector.

 

Schema on Read in Financial Services

– July 1, 2014

Presenters: Amir Halfon, Chief Technologist, MarkLogic
Lee Pollington, Solutions Director, MarkLogic

MarkLogic excels in the role of trade and reference data hub, absorbing 10s of source data formats “as is” and dynamically transforms to the interface expectations of multiple client applications.

 

Search, Relevance, and Context: Getting the Most out of MarkLogic Search

– July 1, 2014

Presenter: Mary Holstege, Principal Engineer, MarkLogic

Learn how to improve precision and recall in your search app, and how to build a search app that gives you insight across all your information quickly and accurately. See the newest search features in MarkLogic and understand how to make best use of them.

 

Creating Ontologies and Resource Descriptors to Populate Your Marklogic Knowledge Graph

– July 1, 2014

Presenter: Toby Conrad, Senior Vice President, Americas, Smartlogic

Through examples, Toby illustrates how customers are improving the flow of information across multiple systems, supporting improved analytics and combining Big Data from numerous sources to identify the most likely resolution to customer or product issues.

 

Rethinking Analytics to Prepare for the Unexpected

– July 1, 2014

Presenter: Ted Willke, Director, Architecture & Technology, Datacenter Software Division (DSD), Intel Corporation

In this talk, Ted Willke discusses Intel’s efforts to develop solutions that are as easy to work with as they are powerful. And, he describes how companies are putting these solutions to work in a world where they are quickly becoming the new cost of doing business.

 

Evangelizing MarkLogic to Dev and Ops Teams

– July 1, 2014

Presenters: Mike Bowers, Principal Engineer, LDS
Freddie Quek, Director, Engineering, Wiley

Using real stories from two individuals who helped grow MarkLogic from first sale to enterprise-wide license, this session gives tips and techniques on how to do just that within your organization.

 

The Technologies that Really Amp Up MarkLogic

– July 1, 2014

Presenter: Aaron Rosenbaum, Director, Product Management, MarkLogic

Aaron shares the technologies we’ve seen deployed in production, and those that are driving new levels of performance for MarkLogic. He covers what’s new from the major server vendors, SSD recommendations, Cloud trends within MarkLogic customers, VMWare and NetApp update and many more infrastructure topics.

 

Mixing Analytic and Operational Workloads without Panic Attacks

– July 1, 2014

Presenter: Aaron Rosenbaum, Senior Director, Product Strategy, MarkLogic

In this session, we review how to manage all your workloads in a unified system while keeping all your users happy. You will learn about use of replicas, tiered storage, Hadoop, SQL and other approaches to mixed workloads.

 

Planning for Growth with and without Performance Metering

– July 1, 2014

Presenters: David Sewell, Editorial and Technical Manager, University of Virginia Press
David Lee, Lead Engineer, MarkLogic

In this session, you will learn best practices for making MarkLogic scale. Discover how University of Virginia planned and executed changes to accommodate a significant scale-up to their site traffic.

 

MarkLogic Semantics

– July 1, 2014

Presenters: Stephen Buxton, Director of Product Management, MarkLogic
Matt Turner, Chief Technology Officer, Media and Publishing, MarkLogic

Learn how to build applications that query across many kinds of information for a complete view of your information. Find out how and where to use (and not to use!) Semantics in your information solution.

 

MarkLogic Semantics – Under the Hood

– July 1, 2014

Presenters: Charles Greer, Senior Software Engineer, MarkLogic
John Snelson, Lead Engineer, MarkLogic

In this technical deep-dive, MarkLogic’s lead engineers will take you “under the hood” of MarkLogic Semantics and show you around.

 

MarkLogic Performance Theory

– July 1, 2014

Presenters: Jason Hunter, Chief Architect, MarkLogic
Frank Salonga, Lead Engineer, MarkLogic

MarkLogic Server was built from the ground up for performance. Yet one of the most common kinds of problems we see in MarkLogic Support is customer deployments going slow. This session will show you what common mistakes to avoid if you want to go fast.

 

Hadoop and MarkLogic for Fun and Profit (and Especially Profit)

– July 1, 2014

Presenter: Jim Clark, Senior Director, Product Management, MarkLogic

See how MarkLogic can take advantage of Hadoop’s cheap distributed storage and powerful batch processing. This presentation illustrates some common use cases for combining Hadoop with MarkLogic and provide insight into MarkLogic’s roadmap.

 

Data Modeling in NoSQL – XML, RDF, JSON

– July 1, 2014

Presenters: Philip Fennell, Senior Consultant, MarkLogic
Damon Feldman, Technical Manager, MarkLogic

In this talk, Philip and Damon give an overview of today’s most popular data models and describe the opportunities and challenges offered by each one. You’ll learn how to make best use of these modern data models, with reference back to RDBMS concepts.

 

Building Applications on MarkLogic Fast & Easy

– July 1, 2014

Presenters: Clark Richey, Chief Technology Officer, FactGem
Jim Clark, Senior Director, Product Management, MarkLogic

This session presents a real world example of companies building applications on MarkLogic 7.

 

Better Living through UX Design

– July 1, 2014

Presenter: Mitchell Yawitz, Principal Product Designer – MarkLogic

This talk explains what UX means, and why it should be an important part of your application design. Mitchell outlines UX best practices and principles, and show examples of how these can be applied.

 

A Java Developer’s Guide to Building Applications with MarkLogic

– July 1, 2014

Presenters: Justin Makeig, Director of Product Management, MarkLogic
Erik Hennum, Lead Engineer, MarkLogic

MarkLogic provides Java developers with a rich set of tools to quickly build fast, scalable applications. Be prepared to look at code, because this presentation digs into examples of search, CRUD, alerting, and analytics.

 

A Field Guide to MarkLogic Semantics

– July 1, 2014

In this showcase event, learn how others leverage MarkLogic Semantics to increase their insights, drive revenue, and complete their missions. Our 5 presenters describe use cases being explored and implemented by some of the largest and most innovative players

 

A Developer’s Introduction to MarkLogic

– July 1, 2014

Presenters: Justin Makeig, Director of Product Management, MarkLogic
Rob Rudin, Solutions Specialist, MarkLogic

This session presents a technical view on the essential facts about MarkLogic for developers or people managing development teams.

 

A Case Study on Approaching a Traditional Join Problem at Scale

– July 1, 2014

Presenters: Silvia Rausanu, Senior Developer, ISDC
Razvan Berinde, Senior Software Developer, ISDC

Silvia and Ravanu describe multiple options for performing a large-scale “traditional” join in MarkLogic derived from a real world mission critical project.

 

Data Governance for Regulated Industries

– July 1, 2014

Presenter: Amir Halfon, Chief Technologist, MarkLogic

In this session, Amir examines best practices around the use of MarkLogic as part of a regulated data environment, including retention, provenance, privacy, and security. Drawn from production projects impacted by Dodd-Frank, Basel III, and FATCA, he illustrates architecture and governance policies across real-time operational and long-tail historical data.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Fairfax County Simplifies GIS search and Opens Data to the Public

– June 24, 2014

Fairfax County Slides – Find out how Fairfax County, Virginia has used MarkLogic to help simplify the process of searching data from hundreds of geospatial information system (GIS) layers.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Esri ArcGIS & MarkLogic for Object-based Production

– June 24, 2014

Esri Slides – Learn about the combined solution from Esri and MarkLogic for “Object Based Production” (OBP).

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Protecting Consumer Health by Leveraging FDA Open Data

– June 24, 2014

Microstrategy Slides – Microstrategy and MarkLogic demonstrated how to create a central repository of existing openFDA recall data to deliver advance alerting and search capabilities for recalls.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Reimagine: Data, Applications and MarkLogic!

– June 5, 2014

Keynote Slides – Isn’t it time that we all start rethinking how we manage all of the data within our enterprise, and reimagine how that will influence the future of application development and your business or organization?

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Building on the Foundation of the New Generation

– June 5, 2014

Keynote Slides – With data at the core of everything we imagine, we embrace a new data strategy that will empower our organizations and people to achieve new heights.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | 5 Fundamental Strategies to Building a Data-centered Data Center

– June 5, 2014

Breakout Slides – From understanding how commodity hardware and the cloud come in to play, to using Hadoop and virtualization to accelerate innovation — we will show you how to save money — while increasing availability. Manage more by doing less.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Building Incredible (Formerly Impossible) Apps on MarkLogic

– June 5, 2014

Breakout Slides – In this session you’ll learn how MarkLogic fits into a variety of architectures, from enterprise Java to Node.js, and best practices for designing, testing, and deploying applications using the tools and skills developers already know.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | MarkLogic Semantics

– June 5, 2014

Breakout Slides – If you’re looking for a Semantics solution, we’ll show how you can use MarkLogic as your Enterprise Triple Store, leveraging MarkLogic’s renowned features for performance, scalability, robustness, and security.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Introduction to SPARQL

– June 5, 2014

Lightning Talk Slides – An introduction to RDF and SPARQL, how they work, and how they improve MarkLogic in version 7.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | The 4 Week Content Challenge

– June 5, 2014

Lightning Talk Slides – This talk described how MarkLogic helped our customer load their key published assets into MarkLogic database, searching and transforming them for immediate reuse in new products in 4 weeks.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | The Evolution of our Revolution

– June 3, 2014

ALM Slides – This presentation was about ALM’s use of MarkLogic to develop and deliver customer products.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Search and Deploy: Solving the Silo Problem with XML Document Databases

– June 3, 2014

Metropolitan Museum of Art Slides – The Met has begun implementation of an application-agnostic content-persistence and search tool, in the form of an XML document database.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Data Governance for Regulated Industries

– June 3, 2014

Breakout Slides – This session examined best practices around the use of MarkLogic as part of a regulated data environment, including retention, provenance, privacy, and security.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | To strive, to seek, to find… with MarkLogic

– May 20, 2014

Thieme Slides – This talk described how Thieme has built its technological infrastructure; richly-enhanced all its electronic products with search, user and session management and navigation

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Rethinking Analytics to Prepare for the Unexpected

– May 20, 2014

Intel Slides – In his talk, Richard Pilling discussed Intel’s efforts to develop solutions that are as easy to work with as they are powerful.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Mission Impossible

– May 20, 2014

Wiley Slides – Find out how MarkLogic’s Enterprise NoSQL platform held up when Wiley had to integrate all of an acquired company’s data into its platform.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Betting the Business on MarkLogic

– May 20, 2014

Springer Slides – Learn how Springer made the decision to run its core subscription website service on MarkLogic.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Adopting Enterprise NoSQL – How Standards Norway is Doing it

– May 15, 2014

Standards Norway Slides – Find out what motivated Standards Norway to make the move from SQL-based technology to NoSQL, what it took to align the teams, and what rewards they will gain from transforming their data center.

 

MarkLogic World 2014 | Preparing For the Future: No Crystal Ball Necessary

– May 15, 2014

Royal Swets Slides – How can an organisation know what the future will bring? What will a business need from its data down the road? Here’s how Swets puts customers first with an agile data platform.

 

Go Further Faster | Presse Au Futur, Paris

– December 6, 2013

MarkLogic est une nouvelle génération de base de données.

 

Slides: Turnkey Content Management with MarkLogic

– April 10, 2013

Michael A. Puscar, President, Yuxi Pacific

This in-depth presentation enumerates the various content management features within MarkLogic, demonstrated over the XQuire CCMS product, a turnkey two-tiered XQuery framework built over MarkLogic.