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Fundamentals of the MarkLogic NoSQL Database

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Publisher : MarkLogic University

Course Length : 6.5 hours

Course Language : English

Course Description

This hands-on course is the starting point for developers, administrators, and architects who are new to MarkLogic technology. It is designed to quickly teach you the core fundamentals as you explore what MarkLogic is, how to install and configure MarkLogic, how to create a database, how to load and query data, and how to connect to a database via programming interfaces.

To be successful in the course, students should have familiarity with databases, at least one programming language, and some web development experience.

The course is designed to be very hands-on. You will be provided with a downloadable virtual machine that contains all the software, data, examples and instructions necessary to complete the labs. You will watch short videos discussing a topic, and then watch short videos where an instructor guides you through completion of the hands-on labs.

What are the requirements?

  • Download but don't setup the virtual machine that will be used to complete the hands-on labs. We'll walk you through the setup of the virtual machine in the course.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Describe what MarkLogic is and how it is being used to solve complex data integration problems
  • Install MarkLogic
  • Create forests and databases
  • Use Query Console
  • Create a REST API instance
  • Describe the document types supported by MarkLogic
  • Insert documents through Query Console, a REST API instance, and MLCP
  • Configure an HTTP application server
  • Create a simple Java application using the MarkLogic Java client API
  • Stand up a Node.js application
  • Describe the programming interfaces for search
  • Use the search APIs for simple search queries
  • Create a range index
  • Describe how MarkLogic integrates with other technologies

Who is the target audience?

  • This course is for a technical audience such as database administrators or application developers.
  • Familiarity with at least one database and one programming language is strongly recommended.
  • No prior knowledge of MarkLogic or NoSQL databases is required.