1. MarkLogic Webinar: Metadata is the New Gold


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    Alchemy is easy when you use Metadata to unlock media assets. This one-hour webinar recorded live on July 30, 2014 discusses the mission critical nature of metadata, new places where studios and entertainment companies are streamlining their businesses with metadata solutions and new approaches to managing and delivering digital assets. Matt Turner, Mark Logic’s CTO for Media & Publishing, along with Brian Cross, Director of Digital Assets and Rights, Condé Nast and Mike Green, Managing Director, Avalon Consulting, LLC., engage in a lively discussion about new approaches; industry-leading solutions from media companies including Warner Bros., Condé Nast and BBC; and how new technology like Enterprise NoSQL and semantics are changing the game

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    • Epinomy LT Intro


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      Epinomy LT for MarkLogic Let’s take a quick romp through everything that’s wrong with big data search, and then talk about ways to fix it. If your company has a great internal search engine, just hit stop right now and go watch some cat videos. Seriously. I suggest a search for “funny cats” in Youtube. They have a great search engine. But, if you wonder why the search box inside your company doesn’t work as well as Google works on the web, then buckle in for a three-minute odyssey that will blow your mind and change your life. Most enterprise search engines produce disappointing results when compared to web search. We’re talking about enterprise big data here. The kind of big data that you find inside most companies. It’s not nearly as big a the World Wide Web big data, but it’s still pretty darn big. The primary problem is that it is too hard to find. It is stored in silos, and requires heroic efforts organize and index for search. By contrast, The Worldwide Web has some of the biggest datasets on the planet. Yet search on these sites is very effective. After all, you can't buy it if you can't find it. And they really want you to buy it. The big players of internet and e-commerce search use a variety of techniques, all geared to the kind of data they have to work with. At Epinomy, we take the same techniques that are so effective on the web and apply them to your enterprise data. In short, we treat your enterprise information assets like products that people want to buy. If you go to amazon or eBay, you can find the specific product you are looking for. The key to doing this is tagging. You heard me, I said tagging. Tagging is the most efficient mechanism for adding metadata to information so it is easy to find. Tags are the signals that a search engine needs to help you find documents that talk about specific concepts. But tagging is hard. Nobody likes to manually tag information. Epinomy is an auto tagging solution that reads your documents and figures how how to enrich them with the metadata that makes them easier to find. Once documents are tagged, you can use our modern faceted enterprise search engine, just like in Amazon, to quickly zoom-in on the exact information assets you are looking for with a minimum of clicks and a maximum of accuracy. And that my friends is how you make enterprise search behave more like internet search. Visit epinomy.com for more information, download a demo or contact us for more information. We love to talk about enterprise big data.

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      • Ixxus - Experts in...


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        We have hand-picked best-of-breed tools that add value to our core technologies. We favor technologies which offer interoperability and compatibility, and leverage the benefits of open source wherever possible.

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        • Ixxus - Big Content


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          Storing all of your content efficiently in one global platform creates a Big Data challenge, which can spiral out of control if not managed properly. We are experts in architecting secure, scalable data stores which support the effective management of Big Data.

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          • DSC Webinar Series: Analytics, NoSQL and Visualization


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            • MarkLogic 3 highres web


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              • Elegant "contentEditable" Solution for XML


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                A demo of an elegant solution which uses * MarkLogic for XSLT, XQuery, and XML storage * and the HTML5 contentEditable attribute for browser-based WYSIWYG XML editing

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                • Realtime Websocket Push Notification with MarkLogic and Node.js


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                  • MarkLogic on an Amazon EC2 Micro Instance


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                    Installation and configuration of MarkLogic server on an Amazon EC2 micro instance.

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                    • Comoms milestone 0.1 walkthru


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                      This screencase is a walkthru of the comoms 0.1 milestone. Comoms is the core of a Web CMS system built on top of MarkLogic Server. See http://developer.marklogic.com/code/comoms for details.

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                      What are Tags?


                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."