The Stardog Service Broker for PCF tile provides applications access to the Knowledge Graph. Operators download the tile and install it into PCF. Via the marketplace developers can create service instance which reference their externally managed Stardog server. One or more applications can then be bound to the service instance with just a few clicks. The binding will create Stardog users connections which are immediately available inside of your applications.
This service broker allows Pivotal Cloud Foundry developers to create applications that easily connect to a Stardog Knowledge Graph. Whether applications are unifying distinct siloed databases or creating new graph databases, Stardog is the solution and this service broker and PCF makes connecting to it easy.
Easily Connect Developers to Stardog
This service broker makes it easy to connect your Pivotal Cloud Foundry development team to the Knowledge Graph.
Unify relational databases behind the single Stardog interface and SPARQL query language.
Safe and Smart
ACID compliant, Integration Constraints, RBAC security.
Stardog is the world's leading Knowledge Graph platform for the Enterprise. Stardog lets you query, search, and analyze enterprise data, wherever it is, using scalable, cutting-edge Knowledge Graph technology.
Option to broker a connection to a service running external to Pivotal Cloud Foundry.
Option to create and destroy the service instances on demand as required.
The service is documented with instructions for setup and operation.
Encryption in motion. Data transmitted between app and service are encrypted.
Supports high availability against internal service failures to minimize downtime for bound applications.
Multi-Availability Zone support. Make use of multiple availability zones in cloud deployments to support failover.
Quotas. Operators can place limits on service instance counts.
“Stardog is incredibly easy to use, I was able to unify data sources in a single day. This is incredibly important to our efforts as a financial system gatekeeper as we need to quickly model new data sources every day.”
North American Financial Regulatory Authority