GraphDB 8 features a new ETL tool – OntoRefine – an embedded and extended high-class open source library that allows you to do many ETL (extract, transform and load) tasks over tabular data via an intuitive user interface.
Convey the knowledge hidden in your Master Data by interlinking catalogue items; clients or prospects; world’s shared information of people, organizations and locations; or any other important objects of knowledge or entities in your enterprise world.
Get an integrated view to all your autonomous enterprise data sources by managing your master data according to the Linked Data principles and benefit from:
Get the best of both worlds:
GraphDB supports the so-called “named graphs”, where each dataset lives in its own space and can be manipulated individually. Still, all data is available within a single knowledge graph – an integrated data view for querying and analytics.
Navigate your instance data with an interactive graph explorer:
GraphDB’s visual graph enables you to get familiar with the data fast and easy, without having to write SPARQL queries.
From a technical standpoint, GraphDB 8 stays up to date with the latest graph database requirements:
Probably the highest profile application of semantic technology to date, BBC’s 2010 World Cup web site is delivered using the OWLIM Enterprise semantic repository. A famous “call to action” by John O’Donovan (Chief Technical Architect, BBC) has spurred a flurry of semantic technology activity in world-known media companies, particularly in the UK and US.
KT Corporation, is the leading South Korean integrated telecommunication service provider. KT has an information and communications business that has the largest market share of the South Korean local telephone and high-speed Internet business. Megapass is a broadband telecommunication service offered by KT, which is using Graph DB as database.