The unique performance and scalability benefits of Virtuoso have been well known for quite some time. Less well known are the hardware configurations used to deliver powerful ad-hoc query access to the public via popular services such as DBpedia Snapshot, DBpedia Live (legacy), DBpedia Live (new), the Wikidata variant that we host, URIBurner, and many others.
We’ve assembled a spreadsheet of instance details revealing hardware configurations for various public Virtuoso instances that sheds deeper light on this “best kept secret.”
- Docker Containers via Docker-Hub
- Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud AMIs
- Microsoft Azure Cloud VMIs
- On-Premise Installers and Free 30-day evaluation license
- SeeAlso these simple steps on how to get going with Virtuoso
The hardware (physical or virtual) it takes to host Wikidata, DBpediaLive (old), and DBpediaLive (new)
The latest periodic usage report for the DBpedia SPARQL Query Service Endpoint and associated Linked Data Pages, Covering January & July 2021
Virtuoso usecase — Revamp of DBpedia Live Edition, the largest publicly accessible Knowledge Graph on the planet
Here are simple steps to generate a Knowledge Graph from a Twitter Thread without writing a single line of code!
- 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