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MarkLogic Releases New Enterprise-Class Data Hub Framework to Enhance Data Agility and Speed Digital Transformations

New Reference Architecture Helps Organisations Build and Scale NoSQL Databases to Tackle Complex Data Integration Challenges


Sydney, Australia – September 27, 2017 - MarkLogic Corporation, the leading operational and transactional Enterprise NoSQL database provider, announced a new reference architecture, the MarkLogic® Data Hub Framework, specifically designed to allow IT architects and developers to quickly and easily integrate data silos and drive digital transformation projects. This new open source framework is free under the Apache License 2.0 and is already being utilised by global Fortune 1000 organisations to maximise their investments in next-generation NoSQL technologies.

Traditionally, integrating data from silos has been very costly and time consuming for large organisations looking to make faster and better decisions based on their data assets. The Data Hub Framework simplifies and speeds the process of building a MarkLogic solution by providing a framework around how to data model, load data, harmonise data, and iterate with new data and compliance requirements.

“As one of the pioneers of NoSQL databases, we felt it was important to create an agile framework designed specifically for developers to both speed and ease the complexity around large data integration or digital transformation projects,” said Paxton Hare, principal community engineer, MarkLogic. “Supported by a community of dedicated developers around the world, this new reference architecture captures the best practices learned from MarkLogic’s string of successful enterprise NoSQL deployments over the past decade. We believe that any organisation that wants to move quickly to access, manage, and operationalise their data assets will benefit from a central repository with NoSQL technology at the centre.”

Unlike other databases, NoSQL was specifically designed to ingest and integrate all types of disparate data to find relationships among data, and drive searches and analytics—within seconds. MarkLogic’s flagship enterprise NoSQL database platform, MarkLogic 9, enables enterprises to rapidly, easily, and affordably achieve an actionable 360-degree view of their data – whether in the cloud or on-premise – to build next-generation applications and drive business outcomes. MarkLogic 9 provides the agility and scalability of NoSQL and builds on advanced features like semantics and bitemporal by adding new enterprise-grade features like Optic API, advanced encryption and entity services to make data integration faster and easier, data security stronger, and management more efficient.
 
For more information about MarkLogic’s Data Hub Framework, visit MarkLogic’s Developer Community page.
 
About MarkLogic

For over a decade, organisations around the world have come to rely on MarkLogic to power their innovative information applications. As the world’s experts at integrating data from silos, MarkLogic’s operational and transactional Enterprise NoSQL database platform empowers our customers to build next generation applications on a unified, 360-degree view of their data. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, MarkLogic has offices throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Australia. For more information, please visit www.marklogic.com.
 
MarkLogic is a registered trademark of MarkLogic Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. All other trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners.
 
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