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Stardog 3 Released, Leads Semantic Graphs in Enterprise Adoption

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sdby Angela Guess

The team at Complexible Inc., the team behind the Stardog Semantic Graph Database, recently announced, “the release of Stardog 3, the most advanced version of the industry-leading semantic graph system. Stardog 3 features high availability cluster, improved query and write performance, and enterprise-class features like LDAP integration, full Maven support, and a new Enterprise Premium Support offering. ‘We are excited about the progress in Stardog 3,’ said Dr Evren Sirin, Complexible’s CTO. ‘Today’s release includes a high availability cluster that makes Stardog an ideal choice for 24/7, mission-critical applications,’ Sirin added.”

The announcement continues, “The new enterprise capabilities in Stardog 3 are leading to increased Enterprise adoption. ‘We’ve signed new Fortune 500 customers in IT, health care and life sciences this quarter based on the strength of Stardog 3’s innovative approach to graph data management,’ said Steve Bastasini, Complexible’s VP of Business Development… Founded as ‘Clark & Parsia, LLC’ in 2006, Complexible rebranded in 2015. Complexible has been a leader in commercializing semantic web technologies since 2007. Complexible customers include Cisco, BBC, Viacom, Motive Medical, Abbvie, NASA, EDF, European Commission, Wells Fargo, JP Morgan Chase, National Cancer Institute, Leidos, Lockheed Martin, Wolters Kluwer. Complexible is headquartered in Washington, DC. For more information, visit Complexible or Stardog. Contact us at inquiries@complexible.com or +1 202 408 8770.”

photo credit: Complexible

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