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Gary Bloom

Gary Bloom was the CEO of MarkLogic from 2012-2020.

As the database market experiences a disruptive wave, driven by changing market and enterprise needs, we’re thrilled to announce our position on the latest Gartner Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems.
In the 2018 Magic Quadrant for Data Management Solutions for Analytics1, MarkLogic and Google are the two companies positioned in the Visionaries quadrant of the Magic Quadrant. We see our positioning as a big validation of our vision of making data analytics and management central to the success of every enterprise around the world, and […]
In the new Gartner 2017 Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems (ODMS), MarkLogic is recognized as a Challenger, achieving the highest placement in the Challenger quadrant for ability to execute and furthest for completeness of vision.
Evidence continues to build that today’s data challenges – and tomorrow’s – will not be solved with yesterday’s solutions – traditional relational databases. And Hadoop is not enough. Find out why.
MarkLogic has become the virtual standard for NoSQL databases in the world's leading financial institutions and it’s why well over 50% of our business comes from completing projects that were started on and failed on Oracle.
The murky landscape of NoSQL is starting to clear -- and the emergent victors are those that handle multiple models natively regardless of the number of data silos. Oracle's base is showing stress fractures as MarkLogic is becoming the platform for those with complex data integration problems.
See why MarkLogic was identified as a challenger of the next generation database technology, NoSQL, in Gartner’s 2016 Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems
Why is Oracle ignoring the pain that so many organizations are going through? MarkLogic ends up finishing so many projects that couldn't be completed on relational because of its clear understanding of data challenges.
Last week’s $100 million settlement between the state of Oregon and Oracle over a botched state health insurance website is both dismaying and illuminating. It is dismaying because taxpayers are left holding the bag, once again, in terms of a huge loss, while Oracle, initially hired to produce the site, ends up more entrenched in the state’s IT future.
Taking advantage of our multi-year technology lead in the next generation database market, we have opportunistically raised capital to further fuel our company’s growth.