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Unstructured content processing with MarkLogic and Tableau

Join Fernando, Chief Technologist, Enterprise, for MarkLogic in a discussion on how to combine the power of Tableau™ against a NoSQL Database that is able to perform analytics against disparate data sets composed of structured, unstructured and graph data. The result is an unprecedented level of flexibility and power from being able to correlate and analyze “Big Ugly Data” in its natural form. The use case will center around a social media analytics application whose core capabilities are used today by large market research and information providers.

Big Data opens up all kinds of potential for predictive analytics, competitive and customer intelligence, sentiment analysis, social media surveillance, and so much more. However, not every Big Data platform supports real-time Business Intelligence (BI) on structured and unstructured data.

The only enterprise NoSQL database that can be used seamlessly with popular BI tools like Tableau is MarkLogic. Get all the benefits of Tableau’s Business Intelligence (BI)—data analysis, visualization, reporting—on top of an operational Big Data platform:

Leverage tools you know. Business analysts can now use tools they are familiar with to understand and analyze MarkLogic-based applications.

Gain actionable intelligence faster. Since MarkLogic is a real-time database, BI queries against it will always give you up-to-date results.

Gain deeper insights using BI. Because MarkLogic loves unstructured data, you can leverage full-text search as part of your query-unlike relational stores or Enterprise Data Warehouses (EDWs).

Use popular BI tools, such as Tableau, in conjunction with MarkLogic to help customers learn more and better understand their business data faster.

 

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