Monday, December 1 - Friday, December 5
Lecturer: Greg Nist
Greg Nist has been with MarkLogic for 3 years and is responsible for building and delivering the technical training curriculum for our ...
Dec 1 2PM
Greg Nist has been with MarkLogic for 3 years and is responsible for building and delivering the technical training curriculum for our customers, partners and employees. Prior to MarkLogic Greg spent his career in technical training and consulting for several large enterprise software companies.
The amount and variety of data has outpaced traditional technologies. Meanwhile, mandates for online services and the drive for increased efficiency continue challenge agencies to manage data better—and use the insights it can provide. That’s why many agencies are turning to newer approaches to managing data, including NoSQL databases.
Dec 2 2PM
Massive quantities of data demand architectures built to handle the scale. This discussion explores the configuration and operation of clusters and explains the different roles of application servers, databases, forests and tiered storage. Examples from state and federal implementations show how to achieve the scalability required in a variety of government settings.
Dec 3 2PM
In a data-driven, always on society, outages and data loss can have consequences far beyond a temporary inconvenience. The concepts in this session explain how to build an environment capable of both high availability and disaster recovery, including specific government examples (including Healthcare.gov and ITAM) where these capabilities have proven critical.
Dec 4 2PM
Search built into the database is a key driver in enabling data management in a world of semi-structured and unstructured, constantly changing data sources. Using examples from the FAA, Fairfax County, as well as the private sector, this session analyzes the importance of search and explains key concepts, including relevancy, grammar, facets and constraints, reverse queries, and more.
Dec 5 2PM
Indexes are the key to optimizing database performance--and uncovering valuable insights into your data. Government agencies and private companies rely on indexes to drive large scale applications. This session explores examples from the FAA, Fairfax County and other organizations and covers The Universal Index, foreign language search and indexing, stemming, word query, range indexes and more.