MarkLogic Enhances Data Hub with Embedded Machine Learning for Smarter Data Integration

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According to a new press release, “MarkLogic Corporation, the next generation data platform provider for simplifying data integration, today announced Embedded Machine Learning and other features in the latest versions of the enterprise-grade MarkLogic Data Hub 5.0 and the MarkLogic 10 multi-model database. The enhancements make MarkLogic’s full stack offering an unparalleled enterprise solution for integrating, curating, securing, analyzing and acting on business-critical data as MarkLogic pushes the limits of modern data integration. The MarkLogic Data Hub, running in the cloud or on-premises, sits on top of the MarkLogic multi-model database, a NoSQL data platform that offers agility and scalability, without sacrificing the security and data consistency that enterprises require.”

The release continues, “With new features and capabilities, Data Hub 5.0 becomes: (1) Smarter: Artificial intelligence underpins many of Data Hub 5.0’s key capabilities, and Embedded Machine Learning—running close to the data at the core of the database, can be used to optimize important tasks such as fraud detection, personalization, diagnostics, and customer service. (2) Simpler: Data Hub 5.0’s customizable low-code/no-code orchestration flows make it easy for end users to map data sources and run matching and merging data flow processes—all while encapsulating data logic as close to the data as possible to improve governance and performance. Data Services simplifies data access and enhances agility by exposing only the aspects of data that end users and developers need. By providing granular request monitoring, it simplifies getting the most value out of a MarkLogic Data Hub. (3) More Secure: MarkLogic 10 and Data Hub 5.0 improve both security and governance with industry-defining capabilities such as automatic provenance tracking, more advanced graph security and more granular separation of duties.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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