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SAN CARLOS, CA — November 3, 2008 — MarkLogic Corporation, a leading provider of infrastructure software for information applications, today today announced the appointment of Tracy Eiler as vice president of marketing.

Tracy comes to MarkLogic with more than 22 years of high technology marketing experience. Prior to joining the company, she served as senior vice president of marketing at Ingres, where she helped reposition the company to become a recognized leader in open source database management systems. Before Ingres, Tracy was vice president of corporate marketing at Postini, a provider of on-demand email security and archiving solutions. At Postini, she created a closed-loop lead-to-sale process that resulted in predictable revenue growth. Google purchased Postini in 2007 for $625M.

Previous to her role at Postini, Tracy served as vice president of corporate marketing at business intelligence software leader Business Objects (now part of SAP), running all aspects of the company’s global corporate marketing from media/analyst relations, the corporate websites, brand identity, sales support, worldwide events and global demand generation campaigns. During her tenure at Business Objects, Tracy was part of the marketing integration team for more than seven acquisitions. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan. Tracy is also a board member of the Family Service Agency, a community services non-profit located in San Mateo, Calif.

“Tracy Eiler is an outstanding marketing professional and we’re very excited to welcome her to the executive team at MarkLogic,” said Dave Kellogg, chief executive officer of MarkLogic Corporation. “Tracy’s track record with high growth technology companies – from cutting-edge Silicon Valley start-ups to successful category leaders – is second to none. As the company continues to build market share and evangelize the XML server category, Tracy’s industry knowledge and unique set of skills will prove invaluable to our business.”