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MarkLogic 9 Early Access Award Winners

MarkLogic 9 is our most ambitious release ever. It builds on our leading enterprise NoSQL platform and makes it more powerful, more secure and more manageable.

Our partners were invited to join the Early Access program before the product was released to the public, and we want to thank them for all the hard work they put into testing and providing us valuable feedback that was incorporated into the final product.

Early Access partners were able to dig into our improved security features, easier data integration and enhanced manageability across all environments.


Early Access Partners Recognized

Over a dozen partners participated in the program and two stood out for their efforts: Avalon Consulting, LLC and Tahzoo. They were recently recognized at MarkLogic World.

Avalon Consulting, LLC, focused on two of MarkLogic 9’s new features, enhanced security, and Optic API. Team members Harry Bakken and Karl Erisman, among others, really probed the new functionality and provided thorough feedback for the final product.

Tahzoo performed a comprehensive dismantling of the product down to the core and built it back from the ground up to ensure that it would meet all of their customers’ requirements. In the end, the platform stood up to their rigorous testing and was improved based on their assessment.

“Avalon
CEO Tom Reidy and Principal Consultant Harry Bakken, of Avalon Consulting, LLC, receive their award at MarkLogic World Chicago.
“Tahzoo
David Ennis, MarkLogic Architect at Tahzoo, accepts their award at MarkLogic World London.

For more information

Please keep an eye on our Early Access page when the program opens for MarkLogic 10!

ML9 Security Blog by Avalon Consulting, LLC’s Harry Bakken

ML9 Blog on Optic API by Karl Erisman of Avalon Consulting, LLC.

Joe Pasqua - Executive Vice President, Products | MarkLogic

Joe Pasqua brings over three decades of experience as both an engineer and a leader. He has personally contributed to several game changing initiatives including the first personal computer at Xerox, the rise of RDBMS in the early days of Oracle, and the desktop publishing revolution at Adobe. In addition to his individual contributions, Joe has been a leader at companies ranging from small startups to the Fortune 500.

Most recently, Joe established Neustar Labs which is responsible for creating strategies, technologies, and services that enable entirely new markets. Prior to that, Joe held a number of leadership roles at Symantec and Veritas Software including VP of Strategy, VP of Global Research, and CTO of the $2B Data Center Management business.

Joe’s technical interests include system software, knowledge representation, and rights management. He has over 10 issued patents with others pending. Joe earned simultaneous Bachelor of Science Degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics from California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo where he is a member of the Computer Science Advisory Board.

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