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Recognized for the Second Year in a Row as a Leader in Enterprise Data Integration Solutions for Developer Communities

San Francisco — February 6, 2018 — MarkLogic, the leading operational and transactional Enterprise NoSQL database provider, today announced that its flagship product, MarkLogic® 9, received a 2018 DEVIES Award to be presented at DeveloperWeek, the leading DevTech event of the year.

MarkLogic received the award in the Enterprise Solutions category, standing out against other candidates for the highly competitive award. This is the second year MarkLogic is being recognized with this honor. It also received a 2017 DEVIES award for Data Dev Tools.

MarkLogic delivers key features to organizations to tackle the challenges of today’s competitive digital marketplace: how to collect, store, secure, share, and use data. As customer environments grow with more data and clusters replicating across locations, MarkLogic 9 provides enterprises with the next-generation technology they need to easily manage the growth of mission-critical applications.

“Developers have a lot of options when exploring new technologies to learn and deploy in their organizations, and it’s an honor to be recognized for offering developers tools they are excited about and that matter to them,” said David Gorbet, senior vice president of engineering, MarkLogic. “This recognition for the second year in a row is a testament to our success in giving large enterprises the solutions they need to build and secure mission-critical applications with multi-model database management systems.”

MarkLogic’s flexible data model and universal index make it a leading platform for integrating data, unlike the 40-year-old relational database approach, which limits organizations to a rigid data model leaving little room for optimizing flexibility and governance.

By continuing to build on a core architecture, MarkLogic 9 customers experience unprecedented flexibility that enables the kind of data agility that they need with features such as:

  • Entity Services – Enables entities to define real-world entities, and the relationships between them, to clearly drive the development process.
  • Template Driven Extraction (TDE) – This underlying mechanism allows developers to define a relational lens over their document data, which can then be queried using SQL or the new Optic API.
  • Data Movement SDK – Integrating data from multiple systems starts with getting data from those systems. The Data Movement SDK allows entities to do this easily, efficiently, and predictably in a programmatic fashion so that it can be integrated into overall architectures.

DeveloperWeek 2018 is the world’s largest developer expo and conference series with over 8,000 participants. The DeveloperWeek advisory board selected winning products based on three criteria: developer technologies that are well-regarded by the developer community, are leaders in their sector for innovativeness, and have attracted media attention.