Where Does Business Logic Go?
Let’s talk about business logic. Where should it live inside the enterprise?
Semantic Layers: Four Characteristics that Define the Valuable New Approach
The secret to data analytics success today is a democratized, self-service data platform, and that’s only possible when you leverage a semantic layer to shift from columns to concepts.
Reflections on the 2022 Data & AI Summit
A trip report reflecting on the highlights of the 2022 Data & AI Summit. We discuss Spark Connect, Delta Lake 2.0, Databricks Unity Data Catalog, and Partner Connect. Databricks has mapped out a path to the future, and Stardog is well-aligned with our partner Databricks’ worldview.
Connected Enterprises Care about Meaning, Not about Data
Announcing Stardog Cloud, the industry’s first cloud-native Enterprise Knowledge Graph platform. The key to thriving in the hybrid multicloud world is to build a reusable, resilient data fabric that can keep pace not only with well-understood, scoped projects but also to address unanticipated questions. That’s the real reason why Stardog goes everywhere the data is—on-prem and in the cloud.
Stardog Joins the Enterprise Knowledge Graph Foundation
We’re proud to announce that Stardog is joining the Enterprise Knowledge Graph Foundation as a founding vendor member. Read on if you want to learn who, what, and why.
Create your Digital Twin with an Enterprise Knowledge Graph
To succeed with a digital twin strategy, you need a machine-understandable model of the business. That’s where an Enterprise Knowledge Graph platform like Stardog comes into play.
Announcing Stardog 7
Today we’re happy to announce the GA release of Stardog 7, including new low-level storage engine based on RocksDB. Read on for the glorious details.
The Secret to Digital Transformation
There is a secret key to unlocking digital transformation’s business value. The secret isn’t in the data; the secret is the data.
Open Public Data
Stardog is a great way to implement the new OPEN Government Data Act. Let’s learn why and how.
2018 in Review
Time to look at our 2018 progress. What’s the state of Stardog for 2019?
Unconnected Data is a Liability
The biggest challenge for enterprise IT is connecting data because unconnected data is a liability.
Manufacturing and supply chain use cases love Stardog’s Knowledge Graph platform. Let’s dive in!
Stardog 5 Released!
We’re happy to announce Stardog 5 GA release, the world’s leading Knowledge Graph platform for the Enterprise.
Stardog 5 RC1 Released
Stardog 5 RC1 includes cutting-edge machine learning and a new monitoring system.
The Benefits of Learning
We’ve integrated machine learning in Stardog 5. And now you’ll learn the rest of the story.
Stardog 5 Beta Released
Stardog 5 beta is out and ready to turn your data into an Enterprise Knowledge Graph.
9 Reasons Stardog 5 is Awesome
We’re prepping Stardog 5 beta for release. If data silos rule everything around you, then you need to build a Knowledge Graph with Stardog 5.
Discourse about Stardog
We’re moving the Stardog community support forum from Google to Discourse, and we’re adding comments to this blog.
Reviewing 2016, Previewing 2017
Year-end reviews, and year-beginning previews, offer us an opportunity for sober reflection on the three fundamental questions of any cooperative, rational human endeavor: What do we know? What should we do? What can we hope?
Stardog 4.2—Docs on Lockdown!
We’re happy to announce the release of Stardog 4.2, our first major release since closing our first funding round in July. Complete release notes are available. Let’s review the highlights.
Stardog Raises a Seed Round
Our mission is to unify all enterprise data in a single, coherent graph managed by Stardog. After 18 months of great revenue growth, we decided to raise capital. You won’t believe what happened next…
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.
A Preview of Stardog 4
Let’s preview the big changes coming in Stardog 4. Watch this space for the release soon.
Simpler Graphs in Stardog 3
A reason many graph databases don’t offer reasoning is that it is difficult to engineer correctly. Most vendors simply don’t have the skill or expertise required to do it right.
Stardog 3.0 Released
Today we’re happy to announce the release of Stardog 3.0.
A Preview of Stardog 3
Stardog 3 is the result of more than 10,000 commits and it’s headed this way. Let’s preview the goodness.
Scalability Improvements in Stardog 2.1
The upcoming Stardog 2.1 release improves query scalability by about 3 orders of magnitude and can handle 50 billion triples on a $10,000 server.
Earlier today we released Stardog 1.2 which you can download for evaluation right now.
Stardog: What's Coming Next?
Stardog is on the move; we got Stardog 1.0 out the door without anyone dying; we’ve got customers; people are using it; and we released Stardog Community, too.
Today I’m happy to announce the release of Stardog 1.0, the fastest, smartest, and easiest to use RDF database on the planet. Stardog fills a hole in the Semantic Technology (and NoSQL database) market for an RDF database that is fast, zero config, lightweight, and feature-rich.
Stardog 0.9 Release
We’re happy to announce the release of Stardog 0.9, the first feature-complete version of Stardog.
Stardog Performance: SP2B Benchmark
As you may already know, we’re working hard on Stardog, our upcoming RDF database. It’s presently in closed alpha testing (55 testers), at version 0.5.3, and progressing rapidly.
Invitation to Stardog Beta
Stardog is a fast, lightweight RDF database. Today we’re announcing limited access to our beta testing program, in preparation for the 1.0 release. If you’re interested in beta-testing Stardog, drop me an email.
The RDF Database Market
Update: Stardog is our entry into the commercial RDF database market. There’s plenty of talk about the purely technical aspects of RDF databases but considerably less talk about the RDF database market as a commercial software business.