What is the best triple store that i can use to strike a balance between performance and scalability?......It's a Novice question ,no doubt. Also willing to use commercial options,not just open source ones. Willing to use Jena/Sesame for querying those. Could someone propose a reasonable combo of jena/sesame with a triple store?

asked 31 Jan '13, 00:36

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@Avinash Welcome to the site!

There are a lot of factors that can affect scalability and performance of a triple store.

Can you edit your question to give us some idea of your requirements such as dataset size, your hardware platform, type of workload (mainly read, read/write mix, mainly write etc) any extensions needed (full text search, GeoSPARQL etc)

(31 Jan '13, 05:34) Rob Vesse ♦ Rob%20Vesse's gravatar image

Rob has an excellent point, you really need to figure out your requirements. All the available options each have their own performance sweet spot and feature sets, so by codifying your requirements, you can trim down the list of options to a few select candidates. See the accepted answer of (http://answers.semanticweb.com/questions/17958/is-it-possiblerecommended-to-use-an-rdf-database-instead-of-ye-olde-relation-database) for a list of databases.

(31 Jan '13, 07:46) mhgrove mhgrove's gravatar image

Thanks for the replies Rob and Michael......Don't have the complete idea just yet....will update when i get a better picture ....ty :)

(11 Feb '13, 05:20) Avinash Avinash's gravatar image
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