Mighty Storage Challenge (MOCHA) at ESWC 2017
May 28 - June 1
Triple stores are the backbone of most applications based on Linked Data. Hence, devising systems that achieved an acceptable performance on real datasets and real loads is of central importance for the practical applicability of SemanticWeb technologies. So far, it is only partly known whether we have already passed this cap. With this challenge, we aim to (1) provide objective measures for how well current systems (including 3 commercial systems, which have already expressed their desire to participate) perform on real tasks of industrial relevance and (2) detect bottlenecks of existing systems to further their development towards practical usage.
Mighty Storage Challenge is accepted at ESWC 2017. The aim of the mighty storage challenge is to test the performance of solutions for SPARQL processing in aspects that are relevant for modern applications. These include ingesting data, answering queries on large datasets and serving as backend for applications driven by Linked Data. The proposed challenge will test the systems against data derived from real applications and with realistic loads. An emphasis will be put on dealing with changing data in form of streams or updates. This version of the challenge (which we aim to run periodically for at least 3 years) will comprise the following tasks: (1) RDF data ingestion, (2) data storage, (3) versioning and (4) browsing.
The ESWC 2017 takes place from May 28th, 2016 to June 1st, 2017 in Portoroz, Slovenia. For more details see here.
For more details on Mighty Storage Challenge, see here.