Mindstep @ Marklogic World 2018

MindStep is proud to announce that Serge will be attending MarkLogic World 2018 in San Francisco

Having personally participated the event twice already, I can honestly tell you it's worth the trip. Last year, I even had the honor of being a guest speaker on their "Moving to the cloud" panel which was definitely an experience I will never forget.

Come and join me at this event and say hi. Send me an email at serge.colle@mindstep.ca and let me know you are going to be there too, so we can schedule a convenient time to meet. 

About MindStep

The MindStep team is ready to help you solve both the architecture of your systems and your data needs. Our experts can identify inefficiency in terms of CPU, memory or storage utilization.  In the cloud world how you manage these can make a huge difference to your bottom line. 

We also understand that people today demand relevant information, not just a collection of data. Our experts will analyze your data requirements and provide professional advice on how you can transition from data silos to a federated data store with minimal risks.  The main differentiator in our approach is that we do not necessarily believe in ETL, which forces everything into a single central database, nor do we believe that a single data technology resolves all problems.  Without hesitation, we recommend MarkLogic for documents, bi-temporal data and when fine grain ACL are required.

Furthermore, we strongly believe in Web Semantic and offer corporate training on the subject.  We invite you to visit our site and our blog on a regular basis. We will publish articles periodically detailing how you can transition from disparate data sources to a single federated information store and/or Knowledge Graph.

If you have any questions or feedback you would like to share with our team, simply contact us at info@mindstep.ca. 

We look forward to seeing you at MarkLogic World and staying connected. 




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