Introducing the Stardog BI/SQL Server
Put your unified data in the hands of more analysts with Stardog’s new BI/SQL server, which provides a straightforward connection to SQL-based Business Intelligence (BI) platforms like Tableau and Power BI.
Native MongoDB Support is Here!
We’re pleased to announce a major new release of Stardog that includes native support for unifying MongoDB data silos in Stardog.
Give your Knowledge Graph search results a makeover.
Stardog & MongoDB
JSON silos are a liability, too, so as a first step we’re adding support for virtual graphs over MongoDB.
Announcing Stardog 5.3
Stardog 5.3 includes 5x cluster performance improvement and S3 backups. Read on for the details.
Easy Graph is Good Graph
Stardog 5.2.2 makes it drop dead easy to use named entity recognition and linking and to map RDBMS silos into the graph.
GraphQL and Paths
Stardog 5.1 adds support for GraphQL, an expressive path query SPARQL extension, and stored functions.
Virtual Graphs in Stardog 5
Stardog 5 features an all-new virtual graph engine with lots of improvements. This post describes them and how they can help you build better knowledge graphs with Stardog.
Virtual Graphs: Relational Data in Stardog
When Stardog is used to unify relational data sources, it facilitates powerful query and data management features. This post introduces Stardog’s virtual graph feature and explores how to access data from existing relational sources.
Unifying Unstructured Data
Our mission is to unify all enterprise data in a single, coherent graph managed by Stardog, which includes, crucially at some organizations, unstructured data. Let’s preview upcoming Stardog features to make unstructured data unification much easier.