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System AWS Aurora MarkLogic
 Name AWS Aurora MarkLogic
 Version Version 4.2.8 9.0 (released 2017)
 Drawbacks NA Does not have a cloud based option
 Advantages Managed RDBMS from AWS Multi-Model Database
 Languages Supported Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) .net, C#, Javascript
 Website aws.amazon.com/rds/aurora/ www.marklogic.com
 XML Support no no
 JSON Support yes yes
 Brief description Aurora is available as part of the Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS). Although it is a proprietary technology it offers MySQL compatible service since its release . This was made PostgreSQL compatible since October 2017 The MarkLogic product is considered a multi-model NoSQL database for its ability to store, manage, and search JSON and XML documents and semantic data (RDF triples).
 Database Model Relational Database Key Value DB
 Technical Documentation https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonRDS/latest/AuroraUserGuide/Aurora.Overview.html docs.marklogic.com
 License Commercial commercial on azure cloud.
 Cloud-based / SaaS SaaS Service from AWS No (Big Drawback)
 Implementation Language NA C++
 Operating System Supported Not Applicable as its managed by AWS Linux , OS X, Windows
 Options for Integration / Access API Restful HTTP Rest API , MongoDB drivers
 Consistency NA Immediate consistency
 Foreign Keys Yes No
 Streaming Support Yes No
 Analytics Support NA NA
 Data Storage Schema NA Multi Model Database
 Notable Users NA Chevron, JPMorgan Chase, Erie Insurance Group, Johnson & Johnson, and the US Army
 Key Differentiator Supports MySQL as a SaaS service (Inno Db Engine). Disk Space provisioning done in 10 GB chunks automatically upto 64 TB. True Multi Model database which can be used as key value, document and RDF store
 Concurrency Yes Yes
 Partitioning No Sharding
 Replication Yes Multi Data Center Replication supported
 Secondary Indexes Yes based on secondary indexes using Solr Yes
 SchemaLess Yes Yes
 SQL Query No --