Getting started with RDFox just got easier

RDFox and DataLens partner to deliver unmatched services on AWS

 

We are delighted to announce our partnership with DataLens, and the general availability of RDFox on the AWS Marketplace.   

DataLens and RDFox have teamed up to provide the world’s fastest RDF Knowledge Graph & Reasoning Engine alongside rapid data pipeline deployment to deliver the most comprehensive knowledge graph inferencing available on the AWS Marketplace.  

With this service, you can now connect SQL, CSV, XML, JSON, REST and any unstructured data to RDFox and take advantage of the world-class reasoning and performance all in one place. No contracts, no complex setup, just launch and use on-demand.  

‘’We believe that with this partnership, we have removed some of the fundamental obstacles currently faced by companies wishing to deploy Enterprise knowledge Graph technology and applications.’’ Russell Smart, Commercial Director DataLens.

 

  

“I am delighted that in partnership with Data Lens we can now bring RDFox to our clients with all the convenience of the AWS Marketplace.” Peter, CEO Oxford Semantic Technologies. 

 

 

  

Getting started with RDFox is now as simple launching it from the marketplace. Head to the AWS Marketplace page for everything you need to get started. 

RDFox has always been able to run on the full range of AWS EC2 instances scaling from the smallest instances for initial development to using larger instances for billions of triples. This release builds on our existing Docker support to reduce the burden of getting started and for the first time offers RDFox under pay-as-you-go terms.  

 

About RDFox: Oxford Semantic Technologies develop RDFox, the first market-ready high-performance knowledge graph database designed from the ground up with semantic reasoning in mind. Oxford Semantic Technologies was founded in 2017 as a spin-out of the University of Oxford with a mission to bring cutting-edge research in semantic web technologies to industry. The team started working on RDFox in 2011 in the Computer Science Department of the University of Oxford, with the conviction that flexible and high-performance reasoning was a possibility for data extensive applications without jeopardising the correctness of the results. Patented modern computing techniques underpin RDFox’s ability to deliver responses to complex queries on the fly. This has unlocked a new wave of enterprise applications for prestigious partners. The principal shareholders are the Founders, the University of Oxford, Oxford Sciences Innovation and Samsung Ventures.  

  

About DataLens: DataLens is an enterprise-ready, Knowledge Graph driven, data linking platform. Built for person or machine to search, explore and interact with data from structured, semi-structured and unstructured sources in oneplace.