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The Next Mark-UPS Meeting is Wednesday, Oct 17th

Topic: What’s Happening on my Network? Using MarkLogic for Cyber Analysis

The MarkLogic Server’s features include the ability to quickly obtain analytics against content loaded and indexed with the product. These analytics, derived from in-memory indexes, make queries for this information extremely fast, regardless of data size. These capabilities make MarkLogic an ideal platform for tackling the cyber, “Big Data” problem.

For a technology demonstration, Boeing developed a prototype web application using MarkLogic’s built in analytics for summarizing and categorizing network traffic. This presentation will discuss this prototype effort, techniques, and best practices used in the development of this application.

Speaker Bio:

Telly Stroumbis is a Computer Systems Architect and Boeing Technical Fellow. He designs and leads Java Enterprise Edition development efforts.

Telly has spent the last 6 years on tasks involving performance testing and software development using the MarkLogic Server. These efforts leverage the power of XQuery and the MarkLogic platform to bring content discovery and analytics to applications.

Telly leads Mark-UPS, the Maryland, MarkLogic Users Group, was a speaker at 4 MarkLogic Users Conferences, and is the recipient of a MarkLogic Innovation Award.

Please RSVP to [masked] so that we can pre-print badges and know how much food to order

Note: advanced notice is required for non-U.S. Citizens

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  • Telly S.

    The talk will start promptly at 12:00 pm. I made the start time earlier to provide time for getting a badge, food, and settling in.

    October 1, 2012

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