• September 28, 2012
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NoSQL big data from MarkLogic

MarkLogic has introduced Version 6 of its namesake NoSQL database, which has been engineered to facilitate scalable big data solutions. Key features include ACID transactions, horizontal scaling, real-time indexing, high availability, disaster recovery, government-grade security and built-in search.

The company highlights the following capabilities in Version 6:

Expedited application development. Java and REST APIs, as well as JSON support, enable developers to use their existing skills and work in their development language of choice. Version 6 also features new data visualization widgets to define the shape and dimensions of data, assess trends/patterns over potentially large data sets and explore data.

Additional analytics. Tools are included to speed and enhance data analysis, such as in-database analytics commonly used in numerical techniques. Included in Version 6 are out-of-the-box integration with IBM Cognos and Tableau to provide familiar tools to create reports, dashboards and explore MarkLogic data.

In-database MapReduce. Version 6 includes new functionality to create user-defined aggregate functions built upon MarkLogic’s parallel-processing architecture.

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