Faster, More Scalable Stardog
Stardog 6.2 just shipped with scalable virtual graph caching, better Kubernetes integration, support for Amazon Redshift, and many new optimizations . Read on for the details.
Studio Query Plans
Understanding query plans is the key to consistently writing fast queries, so today we are pleased to announce revamped query plan support in Studio.
Picture This: Visual Results in Studio
Data visualization has been a highly requested feature for Stardog, so we’re happy to announce that we’ve built Visual Results into Stardog Studio.
Stardog Empowers the Fight Against Infectious Disease
Between increasingly deadly flu seasons, measles outbreaks across the United States, global epidemics of Zika and Ebola, and the ever-present threat of malaria and dengue, infectious diseases have devastated communities and become headline mainstays.
5 Trends Impacting the Future of Data Management
If you don’t know what data you have, it’s impossible to manage, measure, or monetize it. I heard this repeatedly during Gartner’s 2019 Data & Analytics Summit.
Enterprise Data World 2019 Highlights
Stardog attended the Enterprise Data World conference organized by Dataversity last week. Here are some of the highlights.
Stardog Cluster Recovery
Failed nodes can rejoin Stardog Cluster quickly, even when the cluster is under constant write pressure. In this post we show a brief screencast demonstrating this important feature of Stardog Cluster running in Kubernetes.
Data Complexities of Manufacturing
Manufacturing any successful product requires overcoming a lot of logistical barriers. Stardog is a great way to make sure your data isn’t one of them.
Open Public Data
Stardog is a great way to implement the new OPEN Government Data Act. Let’s learn why and how.
Making Cassandra Sing
Stardog is proud to announce support for Apache Cassandra in Stardog 6.1. Now even more of your enterprise’s NoSQL data is accessible to the Knowledge Graph.
Language Servers for Everybody
At Stardog, we’re all about making it easy to unify data. That’s why we’ve just open sourced a set of tools to make working with Stardog even easier than before.
2018 in Review
Time to look at our 2018 progress. What’s the state of Stardog for 2019?