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Mark Logic Featured Technical Whitepapers:
Extensible Content Management:
A Platform Approach to Organizing and Sharing Government Information Through XML

This comprehensive whitepaper from Government Insights provides an introduction to XML, detailed discussions of its specific uses, challenges and benefits for the government, as well as the latest information on the emergence of XML platforms. XML has been around for about ten years, yet only now is it starting to display its full potential as a centralized government data-sharing mechanism. Initially invented as a way to exchange information across systems, while also tagging specific types of information within the shared files, XML is now flourishing as a way to also store, manage, reuse, search and deliver information on both private government intranets and public government internet sites.

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Content-driven Applications in the Federal Government

All branches of the U.S. federal government are rapidly adopting XML and XML-based standards to store, exchange and deliver information. This whitepaper outlines several real-world examples of how defense, intelligence, and civilian agencies are using an XML content platform to meet their unique mission goals and deliver useful information hundreds of times faster than with search engines and relational databases. MarkLogic Server includes a unique set of capabilities to store, aggregate, enrich, search, navigate, and dynamically deliver content. Content applications built on Marklogic Server enable organizations to improve knowledge management, information sharing, and collaboration, and to analyze vast amounts of content and support missions with real-time data delivery.

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Mark Logic Developer Series:
MarkLogic Server as an Embeddable Search Platform

The open-source project for Lucene provides a basic set of features that satisfy the simplest needs, but user expectations have grown well beyond basic search functionality: today users demand advanced navigation, contextual results, actionable analytics, flexible visualization, guaranteed accuracy, dynamic rendering, and powerful interfaces no matter their point of interaction. MarkLogic Server is the only embeddable search solution that scales to hundreds of millions of documents with complete accuracy, across commodity hardware. Among other features, MarkLogic Server includes fully transactional indexes, automatic indexing of metadata, fully programmable relevance ranking, scalable, dynamic faceted navigation, dynamic rendering of results and much more.

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XML Processing for Investment Banks:
Rapid time to market for new products and scalable derivativies processing using open standards and MarkLogic Server

Download this whitepaper to learn about a reliable, scalable XML platform for analyzing multiple derivatives based on FpML, FIXML, SWIFT MX and ISO 20022. One of the leading areas of risk for investment banks dealing in derivatives is an inaccurate understanding of the positions they hold. As the volume of trades has grown, and as the variety of derivative instruments has flourished, the prospect of rapidly analyzing all positions has become unattainable for many investment banks. MarkLogic Server, an XML content platform, offers high performance and massive scalability, supports trade messages in multiple structures using universal indexes, provides fine-grained search and retrieval for dynamic custom reports, is fully transactional, and based on open standards.

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MarkLogic Server Overview:
An XML Content Platform for Storing, Processing and Delivering XML

A technical overview of MarkLogic Server, an XML content platform for storing, manipulating and delivering XML content and building content applications using XQuery. MarkLogic combines the capabilities of an enterprise-class DMBS plus full-text search that leverages XML. Create centralized content repositories and rapidly build multiple applications efficiently reusing and repurposing content. MarkLogic Server integrates with any third-party product that supports XML, includes a web server for serving xHTML to web browsers and integrates with XQuery debugging environments. It minimizes the need for other languages to complete data processing and for a thick middle layer of manipulation code. Business logic stays close to the content, making applications more efficient to write and run.

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Mark Logic On-Demand Webinars:
This Time It’s Personal: Delivering Customized Technical Content

Guest Speaker: Chad Jackson, Research Director, Aberdeen
Originally aired Tuesday, July 1, 2008

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Why Publishers Are Building New Repositories for Content Delivery

Guest Speaker: Luther Andal, Director of Technology, Blood-Horse Publications
Originally aired Thursday, June 26, 2008

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Achieving Agile Publishing: How XML is Changing the Face of Dynamic Content Delivery

Guest Speakers: David Worlock, Chief Research Fellow, Outsell, Inc. and Steve Kotrch, Director of Publishing Technologies, Simon & Schuster
Originally aired Tuesday, April 8, 2008

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The XML Content Revolution Is Here: Are You Ready to Seize the Market Opportunity?

Guest Speaker: Joseph Bachana, President and Founder, DPCI
Originally aired Thursday, March 13, 2008

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Tag! You’re It. Putting Data into Context Quickly

Guest Speaker: Chris Biow, Chief Technologist, Mark Logic
Originally aired Tuesday, February 26, 2008

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Mark Logic Press Coverage:
Mark Logic Technology Key to Success of Army’s Warrior Knowledge Base

June 23, 2008—The U.S. Army’s Battle Command Knowledge System has implemented Mark Logic Corp.’s MarkLogic Server to support a mission-essential knowledge-management and information-sharing requirement. Reaping Information: Dynamic Navigation Helps Users Separate the Digital Wheat from the Chaff

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Reaping Information: Dynamic Navigation Helps Users Separate the Digital Wheat from the Chaff

EContent magazine

June 18, 2008—ALM, O’Reilly, and Oxford University Press use Mark Logic’s dynamic navigation capabilities to deliver more precise information to users. Mark Logic: Content Applications Fuel Company’s Growth

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Mark Logic: Content Applications Fuel Company’s Growth

June 17, 2008—Mark Logic provides information access and delivery solutions that accelerate the creation of content applications. Customers across a range of industries rely on Mark Logic to repurpose content and deliver that information through channels. An Interview with Dave Kellogg

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An Interview with Dave Kellogg

June 13, 2008—Search guru Stephen Arnold interviews Mark Logic CEO Dave Kellogg, about how he positions Mark Logic’s technology against other vendors, what makes MarkLogic Server tick, trends in the content technology marketplace and future directions for the product and the company. Interview with Jason Hunter of MarkMail

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Interview with Jason Hunter of MarkMail

The Perl Review

May, 2008— The Perl Review interviews Jason Hunter, Principal Technologist for Mark Logic, about the technology behind MarkMail, a free service for searching mailing list archives. MarkMail hosts more than 16 million messages across 3,800 mailing lists, including umbrella communities such as Apache, Codehaus, Mozilla, and the World Wide Web Consortium, technology-specific communities such as Eclipse, GNOME, KDE, and others.he Chaff

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