MarkLogics’s Big Data Road Show Hits DC on June 19

Is there a different way to do things?

That’s one of the questions that MarkLogic is looking to answer through its Big Data Road Show, a series of conferences featuring thought and industry leaders about how to drive innovative big data and analysis solutions, solve real problems and drive business results.

Their upcoming stop in DC – Wed. June 19 at the Washington Metro Center – will feature Steve Cooper, the former chief information officer for both the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Aviation Administration, giving in depth perspective on the big data opportunities and challenges facing major information technology programs in the federal government.

Cooper’s presentation and interactive session will focus on “What’s the Big Deal with Big Data? What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You…” and will feature a case-study from the Emergency Operations system.

MarkLogic says that system is able to “rapidly ingest multi-structured data into a single unified repository and use this data to support emergency operations.”

So, what’s on the agenda?

Rapidly changing and multiple sources of unstructured, semi-structured and structured data will play a focal role in the conversation.

MarkLogic’s position to adopt an enterprise NoSQL database platform will play a role, with an emphasis on eliminating the need to form a single scheme or model data.

Learn more about the Carahsoft-sponsored event here.

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