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Everything From Data Tips and NoSQL Best Practices to Industry Specific Insights

February 14, 2019
California Health and Human Services (CHHS) is creating a “data movement” encompassing open data, data sharing, and innovation initiatives - all key to improving services to Californians as well as modernizing information systems.
February 12, 2019
The Operational Data Hub (ODH) is a newer architecture pattern, so enterprise architects may wonder how it fits in with other technologies and architectural models that they’re already using and/or are familiar with. Let's explore how an ODH fits in with a service-oriented architecture model.
February 7, 2019
Government ICT conference recap: Key considerations in modernisation - and how MarkLogic's "data-first" approach can help.
February 5, 2019
In case you haven’t heard, Industry 4.0 is here. It’s a significant transformation in the way products are produced, as a result of the digitization of manufacturing. Digitization helps ensure product quality and safety as well as faster service delivery, which goes a long way with customers.
February 4, 2019
Data silos and fragmented processes hinder drug safety practices for adverse event detection and reporting. Learn how MarkLogic breaks down data silos—enabling a complete view of data across pharmacovigilance operations that accelerates signal detection and simplifies regulatory reporting
January 30, 2019
Efficient data can lead to more effective service delivery in the public sector. But, much of the data is stored in silos in outdated infrastructure. Integrating data to merge these silos is notoriously difficult. Fortunately, there are solutions that can ease the pain, including the Operational Data Hub.
January 28, 2019
Trace through the journey (via use cases) from concept to consumer in the context of rapidly changing environments (business and technology) and vast amounts of data that is collected along the way, and how a data hub can help in that journey.
January 7, 2019
Drug manufacturers can achieve end-to-end visibility into fragmented supply chains, maintaining efficient control over products—at less time and cost.
January 2, 2019
In this post, we dive into building a full five-card draw poker game with a configurable number of players. Written in XQuery 1.0, along with MarkLogic extensions to the language, this game provides examples of some great programming capabilities, including usage of maps, recursions, random numbers, and side effects. Hopefully, we will show those new to XQuery a look at the language that they may not get to see in other tutorials or examples.
MarkLogic met with Oxbow Partners and insurance industry leaders to discuss how data management can play a key role in enabling cultural transformation.
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