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What is a SQL Knowledge Graph?

A SQL Knowledge Graph is the implementation of ontologies and graph theory in standard SQL. It has two components: (i) a virtual SQL ontology of connected, context-enriched concepts with inference capabilities and graph analytics features and, (ii) a mapping of the virtual SQL ontologies to existing databases accessible in SQL. The SQL Knowledge Graph closes the gap between knowledge representation and enterprise databases/legacy systems/data warehouses/data lakes, to conveniently enable smart, semantic data fabrics and digital twins without need to change DBMS infrastructure.