MarkLogic was named a Champion by Bloor Research in their newly released market comparison report on graph databases.
Bloor states in their associated InBrief that, “In short, if you want to leverage graph, relational and document data together, you should be looking at MarkLogic.” MarkLogic was evaluated against all of the leading graph database vendors. This includes both pure graph databases and other multi-model vendors with built-in graph processing – the category that MarkLogic fits in. The other Champions named in the report include Neo4j, Datastax, Ontotext, and Allegrograph.
What is also noteworthy is the vendors that are not included in the report. According to Bloor, “There is no doubt in our minds that graph databases are becoming more mainstream and that there are a broader range of use cases for which graph databases are being used. We expect this to continue. While it is encouraging to see vendors such as IBM add graph support in Db2, it only goes to validate the market.” The large mainstream vendors (Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, and SAP) are not included as they did not meet their criteria.
MarkLogic earned its high rating based on the strength of its Semantic graph capabilities that are tightly integrated into the core of MarkLogic Data Hub Service. With a built-in RDF Triple Store combined with native storage for JSON and XML, MarkLogic has distinct multi-model advantages compared to alternatives – and users of MarkLogic do not need to have expertise with graph database technologies.
Semantics is integral to MarkLogic Data Hub Service in the following ways:
As part of the report, Bloor provides a close look at the market segmentation, market trends, and metrics used for evaluation. They look at analytics, ease of use, features, language, operations, performance, and scalability.
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