I've written extensively on the subject of Data Spaces in
relation to the Data Web for while.
I've also written sparingly about OpenLink Data Spaces
(a Data Web Platform that build using Virtuoso). On the other hand,
I haven't shed much light on installation and deployment of
OpenLink Data Spaces.
Jon Udell recently penned a post titled:
Platform. The post arrives at a spookily coincidental time
(this happens quite often between Jon and I as demonstrated last
year during our podcast; the "Fourth"
in his Innovators Podcast series).
The platform that Jon describes is "Cloud Based" and comprised
of Storage and Computation. I would like to add Data Access and
Management (native and virtual) under the fourth platform banner
with the end product called: "Cloud based Data Spaces".
As I write, we are releasing a Virtuoso AMI (Amazon Image)
labeled: virtuoso-dataspace-server. This edition of Virtuoso includes the OpenLink Data Spaces
Layer and all of the OAT applications we've been developing for a
There's more to come!
About this entry:
Author: Kingsley Uyi Idehen
Published: 09/22/2007 19:43 GMT-0500
Modified: 10/26/2008 17:59 GMT-0500
Categories: Demos , Virtual Database , SQL , Semantic Web , Web Services (Web 2.0) , Content Syndication
Comment Status: 0
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