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?
Announcing Stardog 7 beta
We’re happy to announce the beta release of Stardog 7 which comes with a new storage engine that significantly improves write performance.
Where Does Business Logic Go?
Let’s talk about business logic. Where should it live inside the enterprise?
The Joy of Kubernetes
It’s so easy to deploy Stardog Cluster on Kubernetes, we put together a side-by-side comparison of a manual Stardog Cluster install on AWS and another with Kubernetes.
Studio's Been Studious
We’ve just released a new version of our Stardog Studio IDE. Now we want to tell you all about it.
Stardog on Kubernetes
Deploying Stardog Cluster on Kubernetes is a walk in the park. In this post we show you how easy it is and how it works.