The S4 Platform to be Presented at the Cloud2Days Conference in Sofia

Cloud2Days is part of the joint Java2Days / Mobile2Days / Cloud2Days conference to take place on Nov 2-4 2015 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The conference will highlight the cutting edge technologies in the fields of Mobile, Cloud and Java development.


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The Self-Service Semantic Suite (S4) will be presented as part of the Cloud2Days track, in the “Scalable Smart Data Management in the Cloud” talk by Alex Simov and Yavor Petkov. The S4 talk will outline our cloud-native architecture based on AWS, which provides developers with capabilities for Smart Data analytics: text analytics for extracting entities of interest from text content, RDF graph database-as-a-service for interlinking entities into a knowledge graph that can be easily explored, queried or enriched with external data sources.

The talk will also outline interesting ongoing improvements of the S4 platform as well as lessons learned during the developing and operating of the cloud platform on AWS. Conference attendees can view the presentation on 2 November 2015 at 10am in Rodopi hall.

If you are attending the Cloud2Days conference, then check out our session and talk to the S4 team!

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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