Deliver faster, cheaper and higher-quality knowledge graph with RDF validation and versioning
Ontotext is happy to announce the 9.1 release of GraphDB – the most powerful database optimized for the development and maintenance of knowledge graphs.
Knowledge graphs are the next generation tool for taking important business decisions based on harmonized knowledge models derived from siloed source systems. A key challenge is to maintain the graph up to date with the upstream systems. GraphDB already supports a highly efficient mechanism for to replace sub-graphs (named graphs), which eliminates the need for developing incremental updates.
In 9.1, the database now offers multiple important features to improve the knowledge graph delivery process further:
Validation of all newly inserted RDF with SHACL validation schema to guarantee that the knowledge graph will automatically preserve its high quality after each update.
Tracking of all changes in the current active or past committed transactions. GraphDB will maintain a configurable provenance of all knowledge graph updates.
Kerberos support to improve security in large enterprise networks.
Ontotext’s product team is eager to continue improving the core features of GraphDB 9 as well as to develop exciting new features so that users can easily and efficiently create their enterprise knowledge graph solutions.
For over two decades Ontotext has brought together knowledge, data and analytics transforming how organizations identify meaning across diverse databases and massive amounts of unstructured data through knowledge graphs.
Ontotext makes tailor-made solutions across multiple sectors: media and publishing, healthcare and life sciences, government and cultural heritage, financial services and more. Their client list includes news and media agencies like the BBC and Financial Times, top Academic publishers like Elsevier, Springer Nature and Wiley, leading pharmacological companies such as AstraZeneca, public institutions including the UK Parliament, Kadastr.NL and US Department of Defense, and cultural institutions like the British Museum, The National Gallery of USA and Getty Trust.