SAN CARLOS, CA — October 30, 2008 — MarkLogic Corporation, a leading provider of infrastructure software for information applications, today announced that Dave Kellogg, chief executive officer of MarkLogic, will moderate the session entitled “Digital Publishing Platforms: Magazines, Newspapers & eBooks” at the 2008 Gilbane Conference San Francisco held June 18 – 20, 2008.
Additional speakers include Andrew Savikas, director of publishing technology at O’Reilly Media and Cimarron Buser, senior vice president marketing & business development, for Texterity. This panel will discuss how the explosion in new devices such as Amazon’s Kindle, technologies like XML and other emerging products for digital publishing will impact the traditional publishing medium. The discussion will also present the results of recent Gilbane Group research into how these various technologies are reshaping the digital publishing landscape and presenting new market opportunities.
The 4th annual Gilbane Conference San Francisco – “Beyond Content Management” – brings together under one roof industry experts from leading technology, enterprise IT, analyst and consulting firms. Each session is devised to engage and educate attendees on the latest successful strategies, technologies and techniques.
Dave Kellogg has worked in the database and applications software industry for over 20 years, and has strong experience in database, search, and content management technologies. Prior to joining MarkLogic, Kellogg served as senior vice president of worldwide marketing at Business Objects, a leading business intelligence software company. Kellogg is the author of a popular blog www.www.kellblog.com/, which is considered by many to be a leading source of commentary and analysis around next-generation database management, enterprise search, Web 2.0 and the business of software.
The Gilbane Conference San Francisco will be held at the Westin Hotel on June 18 – 20, 2008. Kellogg will moderate the panel “Digital Publishing Platforms: Magazines, Newspapers & eBooks” on Friday, June 20th at 10:15 am PT.
For more information and to register for this conference, please visit: http://gilbanesf.com/.
Jason A. Tidwell
Two Pins PR