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Nuxeo Adds Persistence Engine for MarkLogic Enterprise NoSQL Database

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nuxby Angela Guess

A recent article out of the company reports, “Nuxeo, developers of the Nuxeo Platform, which enables organizations to manage complex digital content at massive scale, and MarkLogic Corporation, a leading operational and transactional Enterprise NoSQL database provider, today announced the Nuxeo Platform now supports the MarkLogic® Enterprise NoSQL database as a storage backend. Made possible by the modularity and flexibility of the Nuxeo Platform’s core repository technology, Nuxeo’s NoSQL persistence engine now offers native integration with MarkLogic to develop, test and deploy mission-critical content-centric applications that are key to optimizing enterprise business processes.”

The article goes on, “The Nuxeo Platform with MarkLogic for Enterprise NoSQL storage provides customers with large content stores the ability to take advantage of features such as NoSQL with ACID transactions, clustering, HA, and replication. The MarkLogic database provides the flexibility, scalability, and agility of NoSQL to store, manage, and search structured and unstructured data, without sacrificing any of the data resiliency and consistency features of legacy relational databases.”

It continues, “MarkLogic also provides key enterprise features as government-grade security and high availability. These core values, as well as features such as bitemporal, geospatial, tiered storage and cloud support, make MarkLogic an optimal database for integrating data from silos to more quickly achieve a unified, actionable 360-view of business information. This view serves as a platform for building next-generation applications that power better business decisions, reduce time to value and mitigate risk.”

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