|Headquarters||San Carlos, United States|
|Key people|| Christopher Lindblad (Founder) |
Gary Bloom (CEO and President)
Peter S. Norman (CFO)
David Gorbet (Senior Vice President, Engineering) 
|Investors||Wellington Management, Tenaya Capital, Sequoia Capital, Northgate Capital, Lehman Brothers, Gary Bloom and Arrowpoint Partners|
|Number of employees||500+|
|Related Certifications||Certificate in Data Science Industry Overview|
MarkLogic is an enterprise NoSQL database. It is document-oriented and can store, manage, and search JSON, XML, plain text, and binary data. MarkLogic is scalable and elastic, has enterprise security and ACID transactions. It also has a REST API and Node.js and Java Client APIs. It enables the storing, managing, and searching of structured and unstructured data, as well as the data resiliency and consistency features of relational databases. MarkLogic also provides enterprise features as government-grade security and high availability in addition to support for bitemporal data management, geospatial capabilities, tiered storage, and cloud support.
With its new version MarkLogic 9, a new feature called Entity Services was added that lets developers use a semantic model to define data concepts and their relationships system wide. The company also made some significant enhancements to security, starting with moving encryption into the core of the database
The workload is divided into two distinct parts:(i) Ingestion phase where a large data set is inserted with indexes into the MarkLogic database. (ii) Query phase where searches, views updates, and deletes are applied to the inserted data set. These queries also use MarkLogic features such as facets, pagination and bookmarks. 
MarkLogic is headquartered in Silicon Valley with field offices in Washington D.C., New York, Austin, London, Frankfurt, Utrecht, and Tokyo.
- 2001 - MarkLogic was founded
- 2007 - MrkLogic raises $15M fund from Lehman Brothers and Sequoia Capital
- 2011 - LexisNexis recruits MarkLogic for Big Data processing
- 2013 - MarkLogic raises $25M to keep up enterprise NoSQL pitch
- 2015 - Smartlogic and MarkLogic Corporation Enhance Platform Integration Between Semaphore and MarkLogic Database, was Named a Leader in the Gartner 2015 Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems and Secures Pre-IPO $102M Funding Round
- 2016 - MarkLogic powers up security, integration features in version 9 and avails RSuite CMS Developer License
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Top 5 Recent News Headlines
- MarkLogic Announces Strategic Relationship with HealthCare Executive Group (HCEG) at AHIP Institute & Expo 2016 - MarkLogic joins industry leaders such as McKesson and NTT Data, as well as leading health plan and provider member organizations, in order to solve various challenges in the healthcare market, with a special emphasis on data integration, agility and customer service. 
- OECD selects Marklogic NoSQL over open source rivals - The NoSQL database allows the OECD to store all of its content - from journals and books to charts and graphs - in one, standardised way. The built-in search capability allows users to query data and metadata for faster, more accurate content discover. 
- BBC Worldwide Builds BBC Store Using MarkLogic® Enterprise NoSQL Database Platform - BBC Store Makes It Easy for Audiences to Buy Programs from the BBC Archives, Ranging from 1970s Fawlty Towers to the Latest Doctor Who Episodes. 
- MarkLogic 9 Enhances Security, Adds Optic API - Pitching itself as the NoSQL database for the enterprise, MarkLogic unveiled version 9 of its platform at its user conference. It adds a host of new security features, plus new data management capabilities to help organizations wrangle structured and unstructured data. 
- MarkLogic snags $102 million in new funding to push its database abroad - MarkLogic now has $102 million in fresh Series F cash, bringing total funding to date to $173 million and—according to a spokeswoman—a $1 billion pre-money valuation.