I read something in the blog about Stardog 7 that piqued my curiosity
Write throughput for single nodes is faster; but cluster writes are even faster still. Stardog 7 was designed specifically for our horizontally scalable cluster: thus, it can handle many simultaneous clients all writing at once without any of them blocking one another. Stardog 7’s new concurrent write perf improvements really show up in HA Cluster usage, which is the case that really counts for the enterprise.
I'm just a little curious about what type of scalability you're supporting. So you can now horizontally scale writes? What kind of consistency is there? I'm guessing that the data still needs to be able to fit onto a single machine and that you're not doing any kind of sharding....yet.
It all sounds very cool.