Ontotext GraphDB 10.4 Enables Users to Chat with Their Knowledge Graphs, Define Better Access Control & Deploy It from AWS Marketplace


Ontotext is pleased to announce Release 10.4 of GraphDB, their knowledge graph database engine.

GraphDB 10.4 is the first release to be available on AWS Marketplace, adding to the flexibility of how your enterprise can scale and maintain knowledge graph applications. The new AWS operational guide and improvements to backup support on AWS S3 storage increases the efficiency of how you deploy and administer GraphDB on the AWS platform.

Other new 10.4 features include user-defined Access Control Lists (ACLs) for more granular control over the security of your data. Connectors to external services now include one for ChatGPT that lets you customize the answers returned by the OpenAI API with data from your own knowledge graphs. Building on this, the Talk to Your Graph LLM-backed chatbot lets you ask natural language questions about your own data.

Several new features make maintenance of running servers easier and more efficient. The improved Cluster Management View shows a wider range of information about the status of each running cluster, and upgrades to the Backup and Snapshot Compression tools reduce backup time by more than 100% and the necessary disk space by more than 300%. GraphDB 10.4’s new ability to control the transaction log size minimizes the chance of running out of disk space, and greater control over transaction IDs makes it much easier to analyze transaction behavior and identify potential issues to address.

For application developers, the GraphDB Workbench’s new color scheme increases the user interface’s accessibility and overall ease of use, and the reorganization of GraphDB documentation makes it easier to find the explanations you need when you need them.

Take advantage of all the new GraphDB 10.4 features now!

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