At OpenLink Software, we've had an immense
problem explaining the depth and breadth of our product porfolio
via traditional Document Web pages. Thanks to SPARQL and Linked Data, we are now able to use Web Data Object IDs (HTTP based URIs) to produce super SKUs for every item in
our product portfolio. Even better, we are able to handle the
additional challenge of exposing features and benefits which by
their very nature are mercurial across an array of fronts (products
releases, product formats, and supported platforms etc).
Now I can simply state the following using Linked Data
We no longer have to explain (repeatedly) why our drivers exist
in Express, Lite, and Multi-Tier Edition formats, or why you
ultimately need Multi-Tier Drivers over Single Tier Drivers
(Express or Lite Editions) since you ultimately heed high-performance, data encryption, and policy
based security across each of the data access driver
About this entry:
Author: Kingsley Uyi Idehen
Published: 02/16/2008 21:08 GMT-0500
Modified: 02/25/2008 15:08 GMT-0500
Tags: xml , oledb , sql , jdbc , odbc , semanticweb , sparql , ods , openlink , virtuoso , .net
Categories: Virtual Database ,
Data Access ,
SQL , Semantic Web
Comment Status: 0
This document is empty and basically useless. It is generated by a web service that can make some statements in HTML Microdata format.
This time the service made zero such statements, sorry.