Security, Knowledge Graphs, and AWS PrivateLink
Stardog Cloud is the first Enterprise Knowledge Graph platform to support AWS PrivateLink. Now, by implementing AWS PrivateLink, Stardog Cloud is able to virtualize locally-hosted enterprise sources without sending data over the internet, instead relying on the private, secure connection provided by PrivateLink.
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.
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.
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.
Tuning Cluster for Cloud
In this post we discuss best practices for running Stardog Cluster in the cloud.
One Good Dog Deserves Another
Working with Datadog, we can improve and troubleshoot all aspects of Stardog performance.
5 Hard Lessons about Serverless
Stardog’s web team has been experimenting with the Serverless Framework to prototype a web app with a pure AWS infrastructure. Serverless is to apps what baskets are to eggs, basically.
Stardog in Pivotal Cloud Foundry
Stardog Graviton: AWS Made Easy
We think the user experience is crucial, even when dealing with something as complex as a highly available cluster system. So we made Stardog Graviton.
An API-level Look at Reactive Stardog
In Reactive, Streaming Stardog Kernel, we looked at the design of and motivations for upcoming changes to the SNARL API. In this post we look at the new API in detail.
Reactive, Streaming Stardog Kernel
The Stardog kernel API is morphing into a system based asynchronous, reactive streams; in this post we discuss motivations and design goals.