SAN CARLOS, CALIF. – March 31, 2015 – At the 10th annual MarkLogic World conference MarkLogic Corporation, the leading Enterprise NoSQL database platform provider, has lined up numerous innovative global partners and customers to discuss and display their accomplishments in making their enterprise data a strategic and competitive tool. The global conference series will feature customers like Aetna, Broadridge Financial, NTT Data and Thomson Reuters, partners such as Intel, Smartlogic and Tableau, and MarkLogic executives. These industry visionaries will explain how they were able to integrate, manage, search and operationalize all of their enterprise data in order to achieve faster time to production and mitigate risk. The conference occurs April 13-17 at the San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront hotel.
The five days of hands-on workshops, technical breakouts, keynotes and training courses will educate participants about how the MarkLogic® database helps enterprises not only analyze their data for better insight, but operationalize it and use it for day-to-day activities that are crucial to business operations. Some examples include:
Customers will also learn how 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.1
Training occurs throughout the week with the majority of customer, partner and executive activity scheduled for Tuesday, April 14th.
Intel: Margaret Burgraff, Vice President and General Manager, Client Computing
Tableau: Ellie Fields, Vice President, Product Marketing
Smartlogic: Anne Lapkin, Senior Vice President, Global Strategy
MarkLogic: Mary Holstege, Engineer
Moderated by: MarkLogic, Michaline Todd, Chief Marketing Officer
MarkLogic: Gary Bloom, CEO and President
MarkLogic: David Gorbet, Senior Vice President of Products
For those who are new to MarkLogic, there are two special customer panels:
Mitchell1: Jeff Grier, Sr. Director Product Development
ALM: Gene Bishop, VP of Technology
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Mike Bowers, Enterprise Information Architect
Moderated by: Jeff Kelly, Principal Analyst, Wikibon
Broadridge Financial Solutions: Paolo Pelizzoli, SVP & Global Head of Architecture
Codifyd: Mark Unak, CTO
John Wiley & Sons: Freddie Quek, Director of Strategic Initiative
Moderated by: David Lingley, VP Professional Services, MarkLogic
To register, visit: http://world.marklogic.com/
* Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
1 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 helps customers create value from complex data faster. Our platform ingests data from any source, creating and refining metadata to support powerful models. Customers use these models for deep search and query, building enterprise applications and bringing unique insights to analytics and machine learning.
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