Architecting for Kubernetes

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Image courtesy Jonathan Leung (https://www.flickr.com/photos/jonathan-leung/) under license CC BY-SA 2.0 Docker is taking over the world. Developers love it because it allows them to experiment without polluting their machines. It’s easy to create docker images for your apps and only moderately harder to bundle a stack together (using compose and swarm). It’s also pretty easy to […]

Machine Learning Solutions: Recommender System Design

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Recommender systems are now ubiquitous in our daily lives. From Amazon indicating similar products, to Netflix suggesting TV shows, even down to which version of a given advertisement you get in the mail, every business seems to be using recommender systems in order to improve their service. While recommender systems may seem too complex to […]

Enterprise data integration with the MarkLogic Data Hub Framework

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Data integration is one of the most familiar and difficult business challenges. For years, we have invested in technologies that are inflexible by modern standards, but today’s demands for agility and volume cannot be met by yesterday’s systems and strategies. Due to the vast accumulation of data in legacy systems and the fragmentation of data […]

MarkLogic 9 introduces row-oriented views and the Optic API

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MarkLogic has always been adept at storing a variety of data types: XML, JSON, RDF, text, and binary. Its powerful search capabilities, rich APIs, and support for many kinds of data in a variety of languages have made it a flexible choice for addressing a wide range of technical challenges without the need for complex […]