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RDF Stores are The Silverbullet

I wasn’t aware that RDF stores are the silverbullet for storage:

Modern triplestores have developed to the point where they offer the rigor of relational databases, the scalability of big data systems, and still support big complicated joins.

What confused me about the article is the definitions by which triplestores come out on top in terms of flexibity and triplestores win hands down for complex event analysis. Maybe someone could explain.

Original title and link: RDF Stores are The Silverbullet (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)