Data integration made easy
Semagrow allows combining, cross-indexing and, in general, making the best out of all public data, regardless of their size, update rate, and schema: Semagrow offers a single SPARQL endpoint that serves data from remote data sources and that hides from client applications heterogeneity in both form (federating non-SPARQL endpoints) and meaning (transparently mapping queries and query results between vocabularies).
Advanced query execution planning
The Semagrow query planner exploits metadata about the nodes of the federation to optimize query execution. Semagrow allows full flexibility on the level of detail of this metadata, and exhibits pay-as-you-go behaviour where robustness to lack of detail and accuracy of the metadata is matched with the quality of the optimization in the presence of detailed and accurate metadata.
Non-blocking query execution
The multi-threaded execution engine of the Semagrow Stack is developed following the reactive paradigm, operating asynchronously and non-blocking in the face of unresponsive or slow data producers.
Semagrow has been evaluated on FedBench, the de facto standard benchmark in the federated querying community and compared against SPLENDID and FedX, the best performing systems in previous surveys. Semagrow was measured to outperform both systems.
Semagrow features an extensive logging and log visualization component, used both for experimentation and for monitoring system health from the Semagrow Web app.