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A presentation on MarkLogic Server given by Jason Hunter at the NoSQL meetup during ApacheCon 2009.

A presentation on MarkLogic Server given by Jason Hunter at the NoSQL meetup during ApacheCon 2009.

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MarkLogic Server / NoSQL at ApacheCon MarkLogic Server / NoSQL at ApacheCon Presentation Transcript

  • MarkLogic Server Jason Hunter Principal Technologist, Mark Logic Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • Jason Hunter  Principal Technologist at Mark Logic  Author of Java Servlet Programming (O'Reilly Media)  Member of Apache Software Foundation  Former representative on the Java Community Process Executive Committee  Co-founder and maintainer of JDOM  Professional XQuery coder for more than 6 years Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  •  MarkLogic Server is... A commercial, XML-centric, transactional, search-centric, structure-aware, schema-free, XQuery-driven, extremely fast, clustered, database server. Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  •  Commercial Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  •  Commercial  XML-centric Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  •  Commercial  XML-centric  Transactional Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  •  Commercial  XML-centric  Transactional  Search-centric Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  •  Commercial  XML-centric  Transactional  Search-centric  Structure-aware Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  •  Commercial  XML-centric  Transactional  Search-centric  Structure-aware  Schema-free Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  •  Commercial  XML-centric  Transactional  Search-centric  Structure-aware  Schema-free  XQuery-driven Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  •  Commercial  XML-centric  Transactional  Search-centric  Structure-aware  Schema-free  XQuery-driven  Extremely fast Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  •  Commercial  XML-centric  Transactional  Search-centric  Structure-aware  Schema-free  XQuery-driven  Extremely fast  Clustered Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  •  Commercial  XML-centric  Transactional  Search-centric  Structure-aware  Schema-free  XQuery-driven  Extremely fast  Clustered  Database server Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • Content model: XML Programming language: XQuery Page content: XHTML Relational model? Java? Perl? Ruby? Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.
  • Thank you! Jason Hunter jason.hunter@marklogic.com Copyright © 2009 Mark Logic Corporation. All rights reserved.