Virtuoso is an innovative enterprise grade server that cost-effectively delivers an unrivaled platform for Data Access, Integration and Management. Its functionality realms include:
This installer archive includes Virtuoso's Client, Server, and iODBC SDK & Runtime components. The Client Components enable connectivity to Virtuoso Server instances using data access protocols such as: ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, and OLE-DB. The Server Components enable installation and use of Virtuoso RDBMS (SQL Tables and RDF Property/Predicate Graph) instances that are accessible to HTTP, WebDAV, LDP, IMAP4, POP3, SPARQL, ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET, OLE-DB, and XMLA clients. The iODBC SDK provides libraries and header files for developing ODBC compliant applications using the 'C' programming language. The Runtime components install the ODBC Driver Manager and Administrator components required by ODBC compliant applications, in regards to ODBC Data Source Name (DSN) Connectivity and Configuration.
What is new in this release:
- Enhanced 3rd Party Storage Services Integration - 3rd Party Storage Services (e.g., Dropbox, Amazon S3, Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Box, Rackspace, etc.) are mountable and un-mountable (asynchronously) to Virtuoso's HTTP/WebDAV based File Server layer. This feature enables end-user level exploitation of open standards for Web-scale Verifiable Identity (e.g., PKIX) that no longer depend on domain ownership.
- Loosely-coupled CSV document support - Attachment of external, filesystem-hosted CSV Documents to Virtuoso frees users from confinement to wholesale import and export. Once attached, these CSV documents are treated like native SQL Tables, thereby enabling powerful transformations into RDF-based Linked Open Data. Net effect, enhanced data virtualization functionality that enables powerful data integration and transformation -- without losing the lightweight data definition and manipulation benefits of filesystem-hosted CSV documents.
- Loosely-Coupled Data Transformation Services - Enables use of the HTTP POST method to request asynchronous transformation services to convert a myriad of structured data sources into RDF-based Linked Open Data, on the fly.
- Built-in Nanotation Processor - Automatic extraction and transformation of digital sentences (using RDF-TURTLE notation) embedded in Email Messages, Online Discussion Posts, Tweets, Social Media Posts (Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+), HTML Body, and Plain Text documents, into RDF-based Linked Open Data, which is then stored in the host Virtuoso instance. This feature provides users with the freedom, power, and flexibility to create structured data wherever and whenever -- as long as the target destination is a content input control that supports the "plain/text" content-type.
- Loosely-coupled SSL/TLS - For enhanced security, SSL/TLS version and associated cipher selection is now configurable. Net effect, you can now explicitly disable the use of specific SSL/TLS versions (e.g., SSL/TLS 3.0, which is susceptible to the POODLE exploit).
What is new in version 7.0:
Version 7.0 includes:
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