SAN CARLOS, CALIF. – February 9, 2015 – MarkLogic Corporation, the leading Enterprise NoSQL database platform provider, today announced the general availability of MarkLogic software Version 8, the new-generation database that helps organizations achieve faster time to results, operationalize heterogeneous data, and mitigate risk. Organizations across all industries are eager to implement MarkLogic 8, as it is the only database platform that combines the agility of NoSQL with hardened enterprise features and advanced query, search, operational and transactional capabilities.
MarkLogic is also making it easy for organizations to deploy their first MarkLogic-powered applications in the cloud with a limited offering of a free, one-year version of its Enterprise NoSQL database platform on Amazon Web Services (AWS)—at zero cost to new customers. Subject to the Terms and Conditions. Offer is limited to one per organization. Offer is not intended for individual use, and quantities are limited. Cloud hosting fees may apply.
MarkLogic 8 is the new generation of database technology that helps organizations integrate, search, analyze and operationalize heterogeneous data quickly and affordably. MarkLogic 8 brings powerful new capabilities including:
“MarkLogic 8 is the most powerful release we’ve ever shipped; it’s further proof that we continue to set the standard for heterogeneous data integration and management. Relational databases can’t keep up with the pace of change in data and business, and other NoSQL databases lack critical hardened enterprise features like high availability, security and disaster recovery,” said Joe Pasqua, executive vice president, products. “We’ve engineered enterprise functionality into the product from day one and are continually innovating to give customers the features they need to both analyze and operationalize their big data.”
Demand for MarkLogic technology has grown quickly and customers and partners are excited about MarkLogic 8.
“As the top system integrator in Japan, our customers rely on the world’s most powerful infrastructure to manage massive amounts of heterogeneous data, and after much research and analysis we’ve determined that MarkLogic is the optimal solution to address this issue,” said Shinichiro Miyake, Head of Financial Global IT Services Division, First Financial Sector, NTT Data Corporation. “We’ve been working with MarkLogic for the past few years, helping customers develop big data applications that help them make better business decisions. The new features of MarkLogic 8 will add additional value to our customers and revenue for us.”
“We help companies unlock their immense amounts of data and leverage that information in the content-driven applications we create for them. With its data integration and management expertise, MarkLogic 8 is the optimal solution to help our customers identify, discover and govern their data,” said Bart Omlo, CEO, HintTech. “Once our customers can corral their data through MarkLogic, we can then incorporate our expertise to help our clients worldwide to transform brands, enhance customer loyalty and improve processes.”
MarkLogic makes it easy to build and deploy projects on MarkLogic 8 with access to a free 12-month production license on AWS for qualifying organizations. Approved applicants will receive a free MarkLogic production license for a 3-node cluster on AWS for 12 months, as well as free MarkLogic training, support, and access to technical resources. MarkLogic will also continue to provide a free developer license for use in the cloud or on-premises.
To further support customers, MarkLogic offers Samplestack, an application to demonstrate proven MarkLogic 8 best practices and concepts.
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