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Is MarkLogic a Search Engine?

A praise to MarkLogic:

What sets MarkLogic apart is that it is not just a search engine.  MarkLogic combines some of the best features of search with a fast performing XML database.  This combination allows MarkLogic to offer features that traditional search engines lack.  Four of the most important differentiators are:

  • multi-level searching,
  • editable search results,
  • schema flexibility,
  • and simplified architectures.

I can see how all these features can be useful for some use cases. But as a side comment, none of these features doesn’t clarify why MarkLogic is not only a search engine.

Original title and link: Is MarkLogic a Search Engine? (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blogs.avalonconsult.com/blog/search/is-marklogic-a-search-engine/