Monthly Archives: February 2009

DBpedia now part of Amazon Public Data Sets

Kingsley announced on Tuesday that the first of data sets from the LOD community including DBpedia have been uploaded to the Amazon’s public data set hosting facility. Thus you can now do the following:

  1. Download DBpedia data from Amazon’s hosting facility at no cost to your own data center and then build your own personal or service specific edition of DBpedia
  2. Download to an EC2 AMI and build yourself using Virtuoso or any other Quad / Triple Store
  3. Use the DBpedia EC2 AMI which we provide (which will produce a rendition in 1.5 hrs)

We especially thank our colleagues and new Linked Data supporters at both Amazon Web Services and Infochimps.org for their assistance re. getting this very taxing process in motion.