Posts Tagged ‘Web of Data’
<Smartups Series Part 3 of 5>
Today’s Web-based services are dealing with substantially higher volumes of data. But the challenges of data storage and management in the Social Web go beyond the issue of increasing data volume. In Web 3.0, data are significantly more complex and difficult to define ahead of time.
Unfortunately, many existing Web-2.0 startups continue to use only a RDBMS (relational database management system) model for meeting all their data storage and management needs—and some of these startups are starting to see the problems with that decision. Read more »
This past week, another rash of the “Semantic Web is dead” cries have made their rounds at conferences (at least one) and across the Twittersphere. This is sensationalism at its best—and used quite effectively.
The truth is that the promise and accrued benefits of the Semantic Web are far from dead. Read more »