Video from our ESWC 2015 talk “Low-Cost Open Data As-a-Service”

We’ve recently learned that there’s a video recording from our talk at the Semantic Web Developers workshop back in June (part of the European Semantic Web Conference).

The talk was about our RDF database-as-a-service and how it was applied as one of the core components in the DataGraft Open Data platform, which is developed within the EC funded research project DaPaaS.

In the talk we covered various aspects such as the requirements for a data as-a-service platform, the design and architecture as well as implementation details and lessons learned.

The video of the talk is available below:


Low-cost Open Data As-a-Service in the Cloud

Marin Dimitrov

Additionally, the workshop paper and slides are also available and provide more technical details.

Final words

If you haven’t already done so, register for a free developer account for the Self-Service Semantic Suite (S4), take a look at the developer’s documentation, configure your own RDF graph database in the Cloud and start building smart data prototypes with RDF and SPARQL!

Marin Dimitrov

Marin Dimitrov

CTO at Ontotext
As the technological captain of Ontotext, he is leading the company on the right tech route and reserving our spot on the map of the world. His sharp mind can explain complex things in a simple way, making him an invaluable resource in semantics. Marin is a frequent speaker on semantic conferences and open data meetups at various technology related events.
Marin Dimitrov

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