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LDBC Technical User Community, 3rd Meeting

Last week the RDF and graph DB benchmarking project LDBC had its 3rd  Technical User Community meeting in London, held in collaboration with the GraphConnect event.  This meeting marks the official launch of the LDBC non-profit company  which is the successor of the present EU FP7 project. The meeting was very well attended, along with […]

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Big Data RDF Store Benchmarking Experiences

Perspectives on the BSBM benchmarking effort. http://lod2.eu/BlogPost/1584-big-data-rdf-store-benchmarking-experiences.html Tags:  BigData benchmarks

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Perspectives on the BSBM benchmarking effort

Read more about Big Data RDF Store Benchmarking Experiences at:http://lod2.eu/BlogPost/1584-big-data-rdf-store-benchmarking-experiences.html

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BSBM V3.1 Results (April 2013)

Benchmarking can stimulate technological progress. Check the Latest Berlin Benchmark Report for RDF & SPARQL compliant DBMS engines: http://bit.ly/Yf5etP and http://bit.ly/12UsFbu Tags:  RDF SPARQL LinkedData BigData NewSQL NoSQL LOD

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Benchmarks

This page will include details for vendors and users containing reference information about the RDF and graph databases benchmarks developed by LDBC once they are completed. One can track the development of the benchmarks at: http://www.ldbc.eu:8090/display/TUC/Benchmark+Task+Forces

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LDBC, A Socio-technical Perspective

In recent days cyberspace has seen some discussion concerning the relationship of the EU FP7 project LDBC (Linked Data Benchmark Council) and sociotechnical considerations. It has been suggested that LDBC, to its own and the community’s detriment, ignores sociotechnical aspects. LDBC, as research projects go, actually has an unusually large, and as of this early […]

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LDBC project

The mission of the LDBC can be compared to that of the Transaction Processing Council (TPC) that Jim Gray founded in the area of relational database technology (www.tpc.org). LDBC will create a body in which vendors of RDF and graph database systems agree on relevant benchmarks and benchmark practices; and will publish official benchmark results. […]

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Online TUC questionnaire at http://goo.gl/PwGtK

The TUC will kick off its activities on November 19/20, 2012 at the first scheduled meeting in Barcelona. An online questionnaire is available at http://goo.gl/PwGtK for interested parties can make contributions on their experiences and needs for consideration in the LDBC benchmarks.

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Neo Technology and LDBC

“Graphs are everywhere. Organizations of all sizes, from large enterprise to new startups, are embracing graph databases as the fastest way to query and store graph data. The EU has recognized this, and has funded the Linked Data Benchmark Council to promote and further the research in graph databases. We are grateful to the EU […]

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EU confirmes the start of LDBC.

November 9, 2012, the EU confirmed the start of the new FP7 project called Linked Data Benchmark Council (LDBC). The main objective of LDBC is the development of benchmarks for the emerging field of RDF and graph data management systems, as well as to spur industry cooperation around such benchmarks. This new council of database […]

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