This is an overview of the bigdata roadmap. Features and release dates are subject to change.
2011 Q2 (v1.0.0 : Performance)
- Smaller on disk footprint and faster data load.
- A new persistence store which scales to ~50B triples/quads on a single machine.
- A new query engine. It's faster, has a smaller footprint in memory and is more extensible.
- 100% native SPARQL evaluation.
- Easy start install.
- Released on 7/5/2011.
2011 Q4 (v1.1.0 : Analytics)
- SPARQL 1.1 support (Sesame 2.5) (except property paths and update).
- Scalable analytic operators.
- New extensible hash tree index.
- Memory manager to relieve the JVM heap pressure. 100% native Java solution gets data off the JVM object heap.
- Much faster query plans for complex optional groups and UNION.
- BLOBs index (large literal and large URI support).
2012 Q1 (v1.2.0)
- SPARQL 1.1 UPDATE
- SPARQL 1.1 Service Description
- SPARQL 1.1 Basic Federated Query
- New integration point for custom services.
- Remote Java client for NanoSparqlServer
- Sesame 2.6.3 dependency
- Ganglia integration (cluster)
- Performance improvements (cluster)
2013 Q1 (v1.2.3)
- SPARQL 1.1 Update Extensions (solution sets, cache control).
- SPARQL 1.1 Property Paths.
2013 Q2 (v1.3.0)
- Highly Available Replication Cluster
There are a number features which are not yet tied to any specific milestone release.
- Spatial indices.
- Query time inference.
- Embedded prolog engine.
- GPU enabled analytics.
- Stream database extensions.
Development is driven by our both personal vision and by what people are telling us they need. If you want to accelerate a feature by underwriting its development, contact the project administers.