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Mark Logic: Unleashing More Power for Publishers

Magazine article Information Today

Mark Logic: Unleashing More Power for Publishers

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Just query Oxford University Press, Wolters Kluwer, Elsevier, Springer, O'Reilly Media, and the New England Journal of Medicine about the power and agility behind their publications, and chances are you'll hear the words "Mark-Logic Server" again and again.

The fact that Mark Logic's long list of clients keeps growing, especially since the recent release of the MarkLogic Server 4.1, is a testament to its tools of the trade. The new XML server adds even more functionality with expanded Representational State Transfer (REST) capabilities (so developers can build scalable information services that can be easily integrated), Schema Validation (so documents or portions thereof can be quickly and accurately validated), Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS)/Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) support (so communication is secure and private), and Japanese language support (so Japanese content can be unleashed).

"The new server includes a potpourri of customer enhancements," says John Kreisa, director of industry solutions, noting that these server updates give greater latitude to organizations to store, manage, search, and deliver content.

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The new server took about 10 months to develop, says Kreisa, while drawing on insights from focus groups, hotlines, and the sales force who presented concepts on the customer's behalf. Getting the input from customers was critical in providing the next-generation tool with capabilities to meet the changing needs of information-rich enterprises. …

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