How long does the Knowledge Graph Framework process take ?
From domain modelling through to delivering the reference implementation typically takes 6 weeks.
While the actual implementation of a knowledge graph can take just hours in itself,
we have found that 6 weeks allows for discovery, domain modelling, business prioritization,
information architecture, data architecture, and the delivery of the reference implementation.
What is the difference between a Reference Implementation and a Proof of Concept (PoC) ?
A reference implementation takes a proven approach or concept, and applies it to your problem space
to deliver a working system that can be used to test and demonstrate value.
This differs from a proof of concept in that the approach is already well established and proven.
How is a Reference Implementation better than a Proof of Concept ?
A reference implementation takes the risk of new technology and new processes out of your project, because it benefits
from technology and processes that have already been proven.
What's the right technology for our knowledge graph ?
It is a confusing marketplace with many options and features to select from.
Your choices need to be driven by careful consideration of your priorities,
and one way to illuminate these is to use a Knowledge Graph as a Service (KGaaS)
platform to help illuminate the features you require.