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SAN CARLOS, CA — September 17, 2008 — MarkLogic Corporation, a leading provider of infrastructure software for information applications, today announced the appointment of Jason Monberg as vice president of product management.

Jason brings to MarkLogic deep experience building and managing server based products for both corporate and consumer markets, as well as consulting for large companies delivering enterprise solutions. Jason was most recently founder of Dashlight Software, a Web-based application that enables users to manage personal information online from any device or location. Prior to Dashlight, Jason was vice president of Application Products at Composite Software, a leading provider of virtual data integration software. In his career, Jason additionally founded two technology start-ups – Carbon Five, a purveyor of J2EE development solutions and Sparks.com, a consumer gift and personalization company where he also served as chief technology officer.

“Jason Monberg is simply a great addition to our growing team at MarkLogic,” said Dave Kellogg, chief executive officer of MarkLogic Corporation. “With his experience building modern Web applications he is able to understand the challenges our customers are facing, and work collaboratively with engineering to transform that into a vision for future product development. Furthermore, as a recognized, published authority on XML, XSLT and J2EE in the enterprise – Jason embodies the entrepreneurial spirit that is a key value of our company.”

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