Historically, understanding, deployment, and general exploitation of Linked Data has generally suffered from a lack of clarity associated with the feasibility of business models and the mechanics of execution.
Virtuoso’s ability to facilitate business model articulation and execution, declaratively, is the focal point of this week’s newsletter.
Kingsley Idehen, our CEO, recently posted a Twitter Thread about the essence of a Linked-Data–oriented business model that he refers to as the Business of Linked Data (BoLD). In this thread, he explains and demonstrates the basics of the BoLD business model using our URIBurner Service.
In addition, he uses a SPARQL Query to progressively update the collective Knowledge Graph hosted by our SPARQL- and SQL-accessible URIBurner Service.
Thanks, OpenLink Software and Kingsley Idehen, for sharing “I have fun putting eCommerce, SEO, SSEO, semanticSEO, Linked Data, SchemaOrg, HTML, RDF, HTML5, HowTo into practice.”
The fact that Amazon is progressively increasing its use of the “RDF deployed via HTML” approach for Knowledge Graph publication.
- Virtuoso product page is live on LinkedIn.
- LOD Connectivity License for ODBC and JDBC apps to the LOD Cloud Knowledge Graph
- Exploit the powerful Enterprise Knowledge Graph technology provided by our Virtuoso Platform, by taking advantage of our current collection of Special Offers
- Download Virtuoso for On-Premise installation and use
- OpenLink Virtuoso Pay-As-You-Go (PAGO) from the AWS Cloud
OpenLink Virtuoso Pay-As-You-Go (PAGO) from the Microsoft Azure Cloud
- Virtuoso 8.3.3319 (PAGO Edition) for the Microsoft Azure Cloud
- Virtuoso 8.3.3319 (BYOL Edition) for the Microsoft Azure Cloud
- Detailed usage guides for Azure
- Free OpenLink Structured Data Sniffer (OSDS) Browser Extension for Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, and Vivaldi (with a build planned for Apple Safari)
- Universal Data Access Drivers — Entry-level offers on high-performance drivers/providers/connectors for ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, and OLE DB