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Pecha Kucha presentation on MarkLogic for Digital Media metadata. Pecha Kucha is a format with 20 slides, each slide intended to be 20 seconds. In this presentation I outline the case for better …

Pecha Kucha presentation on MarkLogic for Digital Media metadata. Pecha Kucha is a format with 20 slides, each slide intended to be 20 seconds. In this presentation I outline the case for better asset metadata access and search and show examples of MarkLogic Server in action with digital assets.

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  • MarkLogic’s flagship products is a purpose-built database for unstructured information. When we talk about unstructured information, this is our shorthand for information that does not easily fit in rows and columns and tables. If you take xml as an example, it is usually highly structured but anyone who has gone through an exercise of trying to store it in a relational database and then run queries against it at speed and scale, usually has a strong sense of pride and accomplishment at the end of the project. We aim to make that much easier with significant improvements in performance and scalability.
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    • 1. CreateaspherePechaKucha:MarkLogic Server and Asset InformationMatt Turner, Principal Media Technologist<br />March 2nd, 2011<br />
    • 2. Learn How MarkLogic Server <br />Can Help You<br />Bring Together Asset Information<br />Deliver Applications to your Users<br />
    • 3. About MarkLogic and Me<br />About MarkLogic<br />280+ direct customers<br />Media, Government, Financial Services<br />250+ employees<br />Silicon Valley, Austin, Boston, Frankfurt, London, New York, Washington DC<br />Flagship product is purpose-built database for unstructured information<br />Patented, award-winning technology<br />About Me<br />Principal Media Technologist<br />Been with MarkLogic since 2005<br />Worked at Sony Music, Sony Music VC and PC World<br />
    • 4. Purpose-built database for unstructured information<br />Provides the agility you need to build and deploy next-generation information applications<br />
    • 5. Unstructured Information<br />RDBMS<br />MarkLogic<br />Information Continuum<br />XML<br />Metadata<br />Geospatial<br />Graph<br />Free text<br />Relational<br />Emails<br />Documents<br />Time-varying<br />Sparse<br />Hierarchical<br />Semi-structured<br />Content<br />Unstructured<br />Structured<br />
    • 6. Who Has Unstructured Information?<br />Media Customers<br />Government Customers<br />Financial Services and Other Customers<br />
    • 7. What Can You Do With Unstructured Information?<br />
    • 8. What Can You Do With Unstructured Information?<br />
    • 9. What Can You Do With Unstructured Information?<br />
    • 10. What Can You Do With Unstructured Information?<br />
    • 11. What Can You Do With Unstructured Information?<br />
    • 12. How About Asset Information?<br />Metadata<br />Many different schemas and sources<br />Infinitely possible elements<br />Other information<br />Transcripts<br />Product Information<br />Rights<br />Usages<br />External Information<br />Partners usage<br />Piracy data<br />Only all combined metadata for an asset tells it’s whole story<br />
    • 13. What can you do with it?<br />Bring it all together<br />DAM<br />Systems<br />Production<br />Systems<br />Loading<br />Other<br />Systems<br />
    • 14. What can you do with it?<br />Bring it all together<br />DAM<br />Systems<br />Production<br />Systems<br />Loading<br />Other<br />Systems<br />
    • 15. What can you do with it?<br />Deliver Applications<br />Find Assets<br />DAM<br />Systems<br />Select<br />Assets<br />Production<br />Systems<br />Loading<br />Application APIs<br />Other<br />Systems<br />Package +<br />Distribute<br />
    • 16. What can you do with it?<br />Deliver Applications<br />Find Assets<br />DAM<br />Systems<br />Select<br />Assets<br />Production<br />Systems<br />Loading<br />Application APIs<br />Other<br />Systems<br />Package +<br />Distribute<br />
    • 17. What can you do with it<br />Solve your asset information problems <br />Find Assets<br />DAM<br />Systems<br />Select<br />Assets<br />Production<br />Systems<br />Loading<br />Application APIs<br />Other<br />Systems<br />Package +<br />Distribute<br />
    • 18. MarkLogic Server <br />The industry’s leading database for unstructured information<br />Store<br />Full DMBS with XML data model<br />Can store any schema ‘as-is’<br />Manage<br />Information Studio to load and transform<br />XQuery + XSLT (W3C standards)<br />Search<br />Full-text, XML, parametric search<br />Analytics, Geospatial, Alerts<br />Deliver<br />Application Builder to create applications<br />Delivery to a wide variety of output formats and devices<br />XML, JSON<br />
    • 19. 2 Steps versus 10<br />Get all ‘Potter’ titles in Atom format<br />Get all ‘Potter’ titles in Atom format<br />Application Server <br />Application Server <br />RDBMS<br />Search<br /> Engine<br />(indexes)<br />XQuery / XSLT<br />PL/SQL<br />JVM<br />XML and Indexes<br />Tables <br />(XML column)<br />MarkLogic Server:Search, transformation and database in a single system<br />Traditional Database and Search Engine<br />Search, Storage and XML Processing need to be coordinated and coded<br />
    • 20. Purpose-built database for unstructured information<br />Provides the agility you need to build and deploy next-generation information applications<br />
    • 21. Thank You!<br />Come visit our table for more information<br />Matt Turner<br />Principal Media Technologist<br />MarkLogic Corporationmatt.turner@marklogic.com<br />

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