From the post:
BrightstarDB uses SPARQL as its primary query language. Because of this and because all the entities you create with the BrightstarDB entity framework are RDF resources, it is possible to turn your application into a part of the Linked Data web with just a few lines of code. The easiest way to achieve this is to add a controller for running SPARQL queries.
BrightstarDB is a recent .Net NoSQL offering from Networked Planet. Or, as better known to use in the topic maps community as Graham Moore and Kal Ahmed. I don’t run a Windows server but with Graham and Kal, you can count on this being performance oriented software.