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[100% OFF][Redeem Coupon]Data Integration with the MarkLogic NoSQL Database

[100% OFF][Redeem Coupon]Data Integration with the MarkLogic NoSQL Database
A hands-on guide to integrating data silos and building an operational data hub using MarkLogic
What you’ll learn
  • Use MarkLogic for data integration
  • Create a data hub to deliver a 360Β° view of entities
  • Load disparate data from data silos
  • Transform between XML and JSON
  • Use the envelope pattern to harmonize data
  • Execute a CoRB process
  • Execute a Data Movement SDK process
  • Use RDF triples to harmonize data
  • Use templates to harmonize data
  • Use templates to extract data
  • Generate a template view
  • Write Optic API queries
  • Use Entity Services
Requirements
  • Required: Completion of the free “Fundamentals of the MarkLogic NoSQL Database” training course on Udemy.
  • Recommended: Completion of the free “Building XQuery Apps with the MarkLogic NoSQL Database” training course on Udemy.
  • Recommended: Completion of the free “Semantics and the MarkLogic NoSQL Database” training course on Udemy.
  • This is a technical course and knowledge of programming and databases is required.
Description

In this course you willΒ use your development skills to integrate data from silos to create an operational dataΒ hub. In this courseΒ you will learn how to use the flexible, multi-model NoSQL database MarkLogic in order to load, harmonize, and serve data from a data hub.

To be successful in this course, you will want to first complete the
free Fundamentals of the MarkLogic NoSQL Database course, and optionally the
Building XQuery Apps with MarkLogic course and the MarkLogic Semantics course.

Who this course is for:
  • This course is designed for developers and data architects who need to integrate data from silos in order to build an operational data hub to power their applications. We strongly recommend that you first complete the free “Fundamentals of the MarkLogic NoSQL Database” course on Udemy.

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