MarkLogic Corp. has unveiled its latest enterprise NoSQL database platform, MarkLogic 7 whch is meant to help customers build applications with both structured and unstructured data and to make a searchable index of a company's data.
The new release features MarkLogic Semantics which combines documents and linked data to better inform analysts, according to a company statement.
“Pressed to rapidly create new information products — while containing costs and dealing with expanding data volumes — architecture teams have struggled with rigid infrastructures and traditional relational databases that either stymy development or that cannot expand and contract with changing user needs,” said Gary Bloom, MarkLogic CEO and president.
He added that the new offering is meant to take advantage of the latest advances in cloud infrastructure and improves upon previous NoSQL database technology.
More than 70 enterprise organizations including publishers and media organizations, financial institutions, intelligence agencies and procurement agents have already begun working with MarkLogic 7 through the early access program, according to the company.
“Until now there has been a disconnect between the incredible potential of semantics and the values organizations have realized,”said Joe Pasqua, SVP product strategy at MarkLogic.
MarkLogic 7 will be available in November to enterprise organizations.
The company will also hold a summit on October 23 in McLean, Va. so that atendees can hear from customers who have participated in the early access program and learn more about the different uses of Enterprise NoSQL.