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 […]

MarkLogic Gets JavaScript

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Six months ago, I was down at the MarkLogic World San Francisco conference just south of SFO, listening to the opening speeches. I was there primarily to hear more about what would end up being in the second phase of their Semantics offering, when a mention was made about V8 integration. Now V8 in this […]

Data Virtualization Comes of Age

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Tell me what I want to know and what I need to know. In an ideal world, that simple request should be easy for most data systems to answer. You ask a computer “What areas should we be investing in to get the maximum return for our investments? Who are the best people in the […]

Through a Glass Darkly: Technology Trends for 2014

Every year, when possible, I spend the last couple of weeks of the year reflecting back at the period just past and try to pick out what trends I see as being most significant to me. This is not intended as a gee-whiz list so much as a chance to prioritize those technologies, organizations and […]