At this December MeetUp we’ll be talking about building UI’s with our Grove framework and accessing legacy data. Many of our projects aim to use data that is otherwise locked away in inaccessible systems, so getting hold of that data and making it available through a modern UI framework provides real value.

That, coupled with the fact that you can do everything in MarkLogic in the most widely used programming language – JavaScript – makes it a super cost effective platform for migrating legacy data.

Here’s the current agenda:

17:30 Drinks and pizza on arrival at venue

18:00 Welcome and Introduction

Daniel Roberts, Director Solutions Engineering, MarkLogic

18:10 Harnessing Legacy Data – Making it easier to securely access and share your data

Accessing legacy data is often one of the biggest challenge’s organisations face when undertaking Digital Transformation Projects. If you’re facing these common problems, this session will explain how the MarkLogic Data Hub can help you successfully achieve your modernisation objectives.

Andrew McCurdy, Senior Solutions Engineer, MarkLogic

18:40 Introducing Grove: A front-end UI connected to MarkLogic

The community-driven MarkLogic Grove project provides a framework full of tooling, templates, and other resources that help with building UI applications on top of MarkLogic. Grove is the fastest way to start writing applications in JavaScript and connecting to MarkLogic. In this talk, we’ll be focussing how to build a full-stack JavaScript application

Duncan Grant, Solutions Engineer, MarkLogic

19:10 Building a Data Migration Service
Data migration is usually delivered by an expensive and resource consuming ETL approach. Learn how the MarkLogic Data Hub offers a new way to migrate data quickly, effectively and with added value.

Tim Kirk, Alliances Director, MarkLogic

19:30 Q&A, followed by networking and drinks.

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