Webnodes Semantic Integration Server
Webnodes Semantic Integration Server is a standalone product that has been designed to remove the complexities and problems often associated with integrations.
Minimize integration pain
Integrations between different software systems continue to be one of the major pains in IT today. It is costly, takes a long time and many integrations are very fragile, due to the tight coupling of the systems. This can often lead to problems when one of the systems change, for example after an update to a new version of the software.
Webnodes Semantic Integration Server is designed to minimize all the pain of integrations, by taking advantage of the latest semantic technologies. The core of Webnodes SIS is built around the SDShare protocol, which is a new protocol to enable different systems to share and consume data with each other, with minimal amount of setup.
Reuse integration code
Webnodes Semantic Integration Server is designed for code reuse in integrations. This is done by using adapters, which are reusable software components, responsible for either consuming or exposing content to and from the core of the Webnodes Semantic Integration Server.
The integration server ships with connectors out of the box for OData- and SPARQL endpoints and any ODBC compatible RDBMS. This means you can integrate many of the software systems on the market with very little work. If you want to support software not compatible with any of the available connectors, you can create custom connectors.
Webnodes Semantic Integration Server comes in two main versions:
Webnodes Semantic Integration Server - RDF/SPARQL edition
The RDF/SPARQL edition is a low cost version of the software that only includes an RDF/SPARQL adapter. It is mainly designed to move your content from Webnodes to a SPARQL endpoint, and let others consume and enrich your data from there.
Webnodes Semantic Integration Server - Enterprise Edition
The Enterprise edition of Webnodes Semantic Integration Server includes all the standard adapters, including: OData, SPARQL and ODBC. It also includes the option to create your own adapters, or buy and use any other adapters that exist in the marketplace.
A more technical description can be found here