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:
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