As a means to better serve and understand its developer community, MarkLogic formed the SuperNodes group in summer 2011. Members of this select group are among the most experienced and knowledgable developers in our community. The purposes of the program are

  • To provide a direct connection between MarkLogic and power-users in our community.
  • To provide recognition and status to strong, active community members.
MarkLogic maintains a exclusive mailing list for SuperNode discussions. On occasion, MarkLogic shares early preview "NDA-style" information with SuperNodes via this list. Additional, benefits of membership include occasional discounts to MarkLogic events.

The current list of developers includes:

  Betty Harvey              Michael Fagan
  Darin McBeath             Rob Whitby
  David Lee (Honorary)      Ron Hitchens
  David Sewell              Ryan Grimm
  Florent Georges           Ryan Semerau (Honorary)
  Geert Josten              Sam Mefford
  Michael Blakeley          Shannon Shiflett
  Telly Stroumbis           Jakob Fix
  Craig Schlegelmilch

Recent Blog Posts

Optimizing Cost and Access with Tiered Storage

by Mike Wooldridge, September 17, 2015
By storing database documents on different media depending on access needs, Tiered Storage can help users get better performance at lower costs.

How to use MarkLogic in Apache Spark applications

by Hemant Puranik, September 8, 2015
By now you may have heard that Apache Spark is the fastest growing project in open source ‘Big Data’ community. Spark does not include its own distributed data persistence technology but can work with any Hadoop-compatible data formats. Since the MarkLogic Connector for Hadoop already provides the interface for using MarkLogic as a MapReduce input source, I decided to use the same connector as an input source for my Spark application.

MarkLogic Interns Enhanced the Bitemp Explorer

by Ashley Dattalo, Kevin Costello, Hilary Schulz and Lukas Hruska, September 4, 2015
Four interns from Cal Poly spent the summer working on an open-source project to help people understand Bitemporal queries, one of the more complex features of MarkLogic.

Finding the Right Balance with MarkLogic

by Mike Wooldridge, September 2, 2015
Rebalancing in MarkLogic redistributes content in a database so that the forests that make up the database each have a similar number of documents. Spreading documents evenly across forests lets you take better advantage of concurrency among hosts.

How MarkLogic Supports ACID Transactions

by Mike Wooldridge, August 27, 2015
A key feature of MarkLogic is ACID compliance. ACID stands for atomicity, consistency, isolation, and durability, and meeting these four requirements means that transactions in MarkLogic are reliable.
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