Sizing AWS instances for the Semantic Publishing Benchmark

ldbc_logoIn this blog post on the Linked Data Benchmark Council website, the Semantic Publishing Benchmark is utilized to determine the most efficient AWS instances for meta-data based content publishing as measured by the number of queries and updates executed per $1 paid to Amazon. Using GraphDB™ Standard 6.1, the team tested five different server types with varying vCPU configurations. View the results and the full blog post on LDBCouncil.org.

Milena Yankova

Milena Yankova

Director Global Marketing at Ontotext
A bright lady with a PhD in Computer Science, Milena's path started in the role of a developer, passed through project and quickly led her to product management. For her a constant source of miracles is how technology supports and alters our behaviour, engagement and social connections.
Milena Yankova

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