This tutorial showcased a sample RDF application scenario and walked you through the steps to build this application by using the DB2 RDF feature. You learned how to create a default RDF store and insert graphs into it. Next, you learned how to execute SPARQL queries by using the JENA APIs, as well as over HTTP by using Joseki. You then learned how to update the graphs in the RDF store.
In addition, you learned how to maintain the statistics for an RDF store so that queries perform efficiently. Finally, you learned about a process for migrating to the DB2 database server from other RDF storage engines.
In Part 2, we cover advanced topics such as creating optimized RDF stores and using access control for RDF.