The ability to use a single platform for both operational and analytical use cases is catching on as a trend that lends toward a more unified data management strategy. How is this done and why is it beneficial?
The winners of our 2016 Customer Excellence Awards were chosen for their expert deployment of innovative solutions on the MarkLogic database platform. Announced at MarkLogic World 2016 in San Francisco, here's this year's list of remarkable recipients ...
Recently I was involved in a customer inquiry about transaction isolation. The customer had observed an unexpected interaction between two concurrent transactions and wanted an explanation of what they were seeing. This customer is fairly sophisticated, with many folks familiar with isolation principles and even a PhD in distributed computing, which made me think that a lot of people probably aren’t very familiar with the nuances of transaction isolation, especially as it relates to MarkLogic.
This is the first in a series of three blogs discussing David Gorbet’s “Shape Da Future” keynote address at MarkLogic World 2015. The data word has changed. Data itself is now a commodity, but the technology used to create experiences with it is not. New database technology can now drive tailored, real-time experiences that would’ve […]
It’s Valentine’s Day, and I’m here in the snowy, cold Washington, DC-area rather than at home in California with my family. Why? I’m spending some quality time with some of the greatest people in the industry, my fellow MarkLogicians at our annual sales kick-off. Two days ago was my third anniversary with MarkLogic, and as […]
Hello DB-Engines, I was just looking at your MarkLogic listing, and wanted to make you aware that there are actually three ways in which MarkLogic supports MapReduce: 1. Our Hadoop connector allows customers to run Hadoop MapReduce jobs on data in MarkLogic. Doing this can be much faster and more secure than running Hadoop MapReduce […]