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How to Write CRUD Operations with MarkLogic Database.

Reading Time: 4 minutes If you’re looking to store and manage data efficiently and effectively, then MarkLogic Database is an excellent choice. It allows you to easily write CRUD operations (Create, Read, Update, Delete) within the database in order to keep your data organized and secure. In this article we’ll discuss how you can write CRUD operations with MarkLogic Database so that you make the most of your data Continue Reading

Marklogic Server Architecture

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction Data is the new oil. And hence managing data is of utmost importance for any enterprise. With the huge amount of data that is generated for a market now and to provide superior performance over them, NoSQL databases are now ruling the tech industry. Within the numerous NoSQL databases in the market, this emerging one is catching the attention of numerous techies and businesses. Continue Reading

Artificial Intelligence & MarkLogic: An Wonderful Architecture

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Automation is a crucial part of the Artificial Intelligence cycle. It allows organizations to perform tasks that require human input and improves tradecraft. This also increases efficiency in order to keep pace with changing technologies and requirements. And MarkLogic is providing some extra benefits in implementing AI processes. MarkLogic has its own optimized algorithms and implementations of some AI methodologies. Achieved due to its Continue Reading

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Sink Connector: The MarkLogic Kafka Connector

Reading Time: 2 minutes The MarkLogic Kafka connector is a sink connector for receiving messages from Kafka and writing them to a MarkLogic database. The sink pulls messages from the Kafka topics to store in MarkLogic as JSON documents. This acquires messages using Kafka from numerous brokers and then writes to marklogic with no coding required. The connector uses the MarkLogic Data Movement SDK (DMSDK) to store those messages in a Continue Reading

Integrating A Springboot Application with MarkLogic as backend service in easy way.

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this article, I am going to show you how to use Spring Boot as a RESTful web service and MarkLogic as a backend database and how to do marklogic integration with springboot application Introduction Assuming that you have a Springboot application which uses MarkLogic as backend service, this guide will show you how to integrate your application with MarkLogic. The first thing you need Continue Reading

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How to bring the data and document in MarkLogic

Reading Time: 4 minutes MarkLogic brings all the features you need into one unified system as it is the only Enterprise NoSQL database. MarkLogic can bring multiple heterogeneous data sources into a single platform architecture, allowing for homogenous data access. For bringing the data we need to insert the documents. On the query console, we are able to perform the query according to requirements. Bringing in the documents There Continue Reading

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MarkLogic Server: The Promising Future of Database Technology

Reading Time: 3 minutes Marklogic: Databases are the foundation of modern applications and many companies rely on them to power their most important processes. Poor database performance can result in a business losing money, compromising customer data, or both. Introduction of MarkLogic MarkLogic Server is a powerful, yet underutilized, database technology with a promising future. Despite its many features and benefits, MarkLogic Server has been largely overshadowed by other Continue Reading

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MarkLogic Data Hub: For new data Ingestion

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction The MarkLogic Data Hub is a secure, scalable database platform. It is used to store and manage data across multiple cloud-based environments. It helps you create a virtualized database that may deploy in the cloud and on-premises. Perform day-to-day operations like creating reports or working with data directly in Excel or another spreadsheet application. The MarkLogic Data Hub provides many tools for getting started Continue Reading

Making SQL Queries with MarkLogic

Reading Time: 3 minutes MarkLogic is the only Enterprise NoSQL database, that brings all the features you need into one unified system. SQL is one of the many languages that has been supported by MarkLogic. So that data stored in a MarkLogic database can be easily consumed by technologies that require a SQL data source. SQL queries can be sent via server-side applications code or through ODBC. The view is required so Continue Reading

Running SQL on Marklogic Server

Reading Time: 4 minutes This blog will show how we can use SQL statements in the MarkLogic server. Let us start with creating a schema and required databases. Create Schema Database and SQL database – For the SQL on Marklogic Server creation follow the below process – Every SQL database must have its own separate schema database. Open the browser with the admin credentials http://hostname : 8000 the hostname Continue Reading

Playing with Semantic Data and MarkLogic

Reading Time: 4 minutes In this blog, I will discuss the Semantic Data Model and its support in one of the enterprise NoSQL databases with an example. What is a Data Model Data models always come into the picture when we talk about any database and what type of data storage and query utility it provides. The data model defines the structure, as well as the relationships of data Continue Reading

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How to Setup, Create a Database, and Communicate with MarkLogic

Reading Time: 5 minutes Marklogic, Formally known as MarkLogic Server, is an enterprise NoSQL database with broad support for unstructured and unstructured data, including JSON, XML, RDF, text, and binary data types. MarkLogic has schema flexibility, High Scalability, high availability of a NoSQL database, and enterprise features. Before starting with how to make the communication let’s understand the MarkLogic system requirement. Christopher Lindblad founded MarkLogic in 2001, particularly in Continue Reading

How MarkLogic Server is used in different industries

Reading Time: 3 minutes I will be walking through some of the cases studies and industry use cases that are being talked about in the official MarkLogic Solutions – MarkLogic Server currently operates in a variety of industries. Although the data retracted and extracted from MarkLogic differs in each sector, many customers have similar data management issues. Common issues include: Low cost Accurate and efficient search Enterprise-grade features Continue Reading