Cloudera Enterprise Data Hub vs. MarkLogic Server

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Cloudera Enterprise Data Hub
Score 9.0 out of 10
N/A
The Cloudera Enterprise Data Hub powered by SDX is a multifunction analytics solution that supports a range of operational and analytic use cases for enterprises.N/A
MarkLogic Server
Score 9.0 out of 10
N/A
MarkLogic Server is a multi-model database that has both NoSQL and trusted enterprise data management capabilities. The vendor states it is the most secure multi-model database, and it’s deployable in any environment. They state it is an ideal database to power a data hub.
$0.01
per MCU/per hour + 0.10 per GB/per month
Pricing
Cloudera Enterprise Data HubMarkLogic Server
Editions & Modules
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Low Priority Fixed
$0.01
per MCU/per hour + 0.10 per GB/per month
Standard Reserved
$0.07
per MCU/per hour + 0.10 per GB/per month
Standard On-Demand
$0.13
per MCU/per hour + 0.10 per GB/per month
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
Cloudera Enterprise Data HubMarkLogic Server
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
YesNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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Community Pulse
Cloudera Enterprise Data HubMarkLogic Server
Considered Both Products
Cloudera Enterprise Data Hub

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MarkLogic Server
Chose MarkLogic Server
There's no other single product that directly compares to all the features that are packed into MarkLogic. Generally speaking, you're looking at a combination of many products to build a stack that competes feature-for-feature. Even if you're leveraging only a limited set of …
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Features
Cloudera Enterprise Data HubMarkLogic Server
NoSQL Databases
Comparison of NoSQL Databases features of Product A and Product B
Cloudera Enterprise Data Hub
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Ratings
MarkLogic Server
7.9
2 Ratings
11% below category average
Performance00 Ratings8.52 Ratings
Availability00 Ratings8.02 Ratings
Concurrency00 Ratings7.52 Ratings
Security00 Ratings9.02 Ratings
Scalability00 Ratings8.52 Ratings
Data model flexibility00 Ratings7.02 Ratings
Deployment model flexibility00 Ratings6.52 Ratings
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User Ratings
Cloudera Enterprise Data HubMarkLogic Server
Likelihood to Recommend
9.0
(12 ratings)
9.0
(7 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
8.2
(7 ratings)
7.0
(7 ratings)
Usability
-
(0 ratings)
9.0
(1 ratings)
Support Rating
-
(0 ratings)
9.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
Cloudera Enterprise Data HubMarkLogic Server
Likelihood to Recommend
Cloudera
Cloudera excels at seamless migrations and upgrades.



Cloudera supports self-healing and data center
replacement of failed cloud instances while maintaining the state.



Cloudera is essential to increase or decrease
capacity through the user interface or API.



Cloudera is great at simplifying big data analytics
by providing the technology and tools needed to gain insights from IoT and
connected devices to help monitor and condition our assets.



Cloudera's cybersecurity platform option offers
stronger anomaly detection, visibility, and prevention, as well as faster
behavioral analysis.



Cloudera is beneficial for enabling and utilizing
the platform's machine learning and ad-hoc queries while securely storing,
retrieving, and analyzing any volume of data at scale.
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Progress Software
If you are storing META data then MarkLogic is super useful as it retrieves everything so fast, while storing the whole data shows performance issues some times. If you have legacy systems then migrating from it would really require sweat and blood, on the other hand if you are in systems like Node.js you can simply integrate two systems easily. If you don't know how in the end your your data schema will look like then it's better to make a prototype using MarkLogic.
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Pros
Cloudera
  • Excellent management capabilities via Cloudera Manager.
  • Open source and does not restrict our data to be bound by a proprietary format.
  • Offers excellent support for data governance and auditing.
  • Has all the components that would help us build a data hub.
  • Excellent platform support offered by Cloudera.
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Progress Software
  • Search was really advanced. Hard to set up and had limitations about semantical meanings between xml nodes, but provided very good search abilities.
  • The organization of documents across collections and metadata was particularly useful.
  • The REST abilities were very advanced and worked with XQuery well.
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Cons
Cloudera
  • Not fully Open Source, couple of components of the distributions are privately owned, meaning with public contributions are not welcome
  • Improvements to Cloudera manager can only be recommended. its very hard to get it done once recommended as the full control is with them.
  • Should make components more aligned to Open Source rather than making it closed sourced.
  • Custom Features of open source software tools supported only by Cloudera are tricky. Cant commit changes to tools like Hue.
  • Improvements to Cluster Management tool is required, which are already available to its competitors.
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Progress Software
  • MarkLogic still has a long way to go in fostering the developer community. Many developers are gravitating to the simple integrations and do not delve into the deeper capabilities. They have made tremendous strides in recent months and I am sure this will improve over time.
  • Many of the best features are left on the floor by enterprises who end up implementing MarkLogic as a data store. MarkLogic needs to help customers find ways to better leverage their investment and be more creative in how they use the product.
  • Licensing costs become a major hurdle for adoption. The pricing model has improved for basic implementations, but the costs seem very prohibitive for some verticals and for some of the most advanced features.
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Likelihood to Renew
Cloudera
Likely to renew the use in case the requirements for Cloudera remain valid. The rapid change in customer requirements and solutions that must be validated, integrated or tested changes. As the maturity of the solution increases, the requirements to renew use decrease. From a solution feature perspective by itself would probably grade 10.
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Progress Software
MarkLogic is expensive but solid. While we use open source for almost everything else, the backend database is too critically important. At this point, re-tooling for a different back end would take too much time to be a viable option.
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Usability
Cloudera
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Progress Software
Very little about it can be done better or with greater ease. Even things that seem difficult aren't really that bad. There's multiple ways to accomplish any admin task. MarkLogic requires a fraction of administrative effort that you see with enterprise RDBMS like Oracle. MarkLogic is continually improving the tools to simplify cluster configuration and maintenance.
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Support Rating
Cloudera
No answers on this topic
Progress Software
There's always room for improvement. Some problems get solved faster than others, of course. MarkLogic's direct support is very responsive and professional. If they can't help immediately, they always have good feedback and are eager to receive information and details to work to replicate the problem. They are quick to escalate major support issues and production show-stopping problems. In addition to MarkLogic's direct support, there are several employees who are very active among the community and many questions and common issues get quick attention from helpful responses to email and StackOverflow questions.
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Alternatives Considered
Cloudera
Cloudera is
compatible with Windows operating systems, and Mac allows cloud-based
deployment, it is also very useful to configure data encryption, guarantee
protocols, and security policies. It also provides integrated auditing and
monitoring capabilities, as well as a control comprehensive data repository for
the enterprise, and ensures vendor compatibility through its open-source
architecture.
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Progress Software
We had Fast in place when Microsoft had bought it up and was going to change / deprecate it. One of the biggest advantages of MarkLogic for search actually had to do with the rest of the content pipeline - it allowed us to have it all in one technology. On the NoSQL side, we looked at MongoDB a couple years back. At that time, MarkLogic came in stronger on indexing, transaction reliability, and DR options. For us, that was worth using a commercial product.
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Return on Investment
Cloudera
  • Cloudera products are the most widely. It is more business friendly as data is more secure. The sensitive data that you operate on is local to you and your project rather than processing this data on Cloud.
  • Cloudera is definitely faster as wait time is reduced if on Cloud.
  • A lot range of products are covered. So it is definitely good for businesses and had good returns on investments.
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Progress Software
  • MarkLogic reduced the amount of time that the DevOps team needed to dedicate to database updates, as the engineering team was mostly able to easily design and maintain database upgrades without requiring specialists such as database architects on the DevOps side. This capability flowed from the product's speed and the versatility of its XQuery language and libraries.
  • MarkLogic required significant education and buy-in time for the engineering team.
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