In many software organizations, the increasing importance of web development and the democratization of technology has shifted the power from back-office IT to developers. The ability to attract and retain the best developers is often more important to project success than any particular architectural or technology choice. That may sound odd coming from a software vendor until you understand how MarkLogic advances the way applications are built. Its unique mix of flexible and scalable NoSQL and proven enterprise features enables a new class of data-centric applications and empowers developers to be successful.
In this session you’ll learn how MarkLogic fits into a variety of architectures, from enterprise Java to Node.js, and best practices for designing, testing, and deploying applications using the tools and skills developers already know. We’ll dig into some actual middleware code to demonstrate how to leverage MarkLogic’s client APIs for building applications and how to extend the built-in functionality with custom code that runs close to the data for performance-intensive applications.