Designing with MarkLogic in a Three-Tier Architecture & Learning How and When to Use Semantics – Hands-On Workshop
This interactive workshop is designed for a technical audience (architects, engineers, DBAs, etc.) with programming experience. It offers a unique opportunity to learn from MarkLogic experts and directly interact with the team that helped design this functionality. You’ll learn about MarkLogic’s role in a 3-tier architecture and get hands-on experience building a Java or Node middle tier. Learn more »
Stephen Buxton, Product Manager for Search and Semantics at MarkLogic, gives an overview of Semantics support in MarkLogic – RDF, SPARQL, and inference. Then he shows how you get more power and agility than just a Triple Store can provide by using the Semantics of Documents and the Semantics of Data. Learn more »
For police, internal investigators, and federal intelligence agencies, MarkLogic has made it easier to identify patterns and discover connections without the need for a dragnet or serious technical expertise. This session will present and explain the object-based intelligence (OBI) model used by MarkLogic.
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Today’s data is more than just relational. Increasingly, developers are asked to integrate dimensional, columnar, document, graph, relational, and even binary data. MarkLogic is the only enterprise database that supports all of these. How you model your data in MarkLogic is critical to just about every aspect of your application. Learn more »
Bitemporal is a newly introduced feature that is unique to MarkLogic. It lets you manage and examine your data over two different temporal axes, providing an accurate view of ‘the truth’ as you knew it at any given point in time. This session will provide an introduction to this new feature and review ways it can help your business. Learn more »
With MarkLogic, projects show results more quickly, scale easier, and can change and adapt as needed with lower costs and quicker turnaround. This session describes how to calculate the total cost of ownership (TCO) for deploying solutions with MarkLogic vs. Relational Database Systems, as well as how to address common pitfalls in building a TCO analysis. Learn more »