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About the Webinar
A NoSQL database is ideal for storing, querying, and managing the any-structured information and new data types of the Big Data world … but does that mean a NoSQL database is ready for the enterprise? We say yes. People assume that Relational is always ACID and NoSQL is always BASE. Is that actually true? We say no.
In this 45-min webinar, Jason Hunter, Chief Architect of MarkLogic, and his colleague, Diane Burley, Chief Content Strategist, will discuss MarkLogic, the world’s only Enterprise NoSQL Database.
You will learn:
- What’s different about a NoSQL database
- What makes MarkLogic an Enterprise NoSQL Database
- How you can do ad hoc queries against ad hoc structured data
- How MarkLogic handles the CAP theorem limitations
- How MarkLogic opens up new opportunities in Big Data
About the Speakers
Jason Hunter, Chief Architect, MarkLogic
Jason Hunter is the co-inventor of MarkMail.org. Jason is the author of “Java Servlet Programming” (O’Reilly Media) and the creator of the JDOM open source project for Java-optimized XML manipulation. He’s also an Apache Software Foundation Member and former Vice-President, and as Apache’s representative to the Java Community Process Executive Committee he established a landmark agreement for open source Java. He’s an original contributor to Apache Tomcat, a member of the expert groups responsible for Servlet, JSP, JAXP, and XQJ API development, and a recognized Java Champion.
Diane Burley, Chief Content Strategist, MarkLogic
Diane Burley is the Chief Content Strategist for MarkLogic Corporation, a Silicon Valley-based Enterprise NoSQL database platform provider that enables organizations to turn all data into valuable and actionable information to impacts top and bottom lines. A former business & technology reporter and online media executive, Burley believes that regardless of industry or audience, be it internal or external communication, “engagement is engagement, and unless the content is highly relevant – and perceived to be valuable by the individual – it is worthless.”