You can download an installer for on-premise installation, instantiate a Docker Container, or instantiate in the cloud (on a BYOL or PAGO) basis across the Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, or Google Clouds
Yes. You start with Single-Server which scales up to more than 100 billion RDF triples and then migrate to the Elastic Cluster Edition if your scalability demands exceed what’s offered by single-server instances.
By leveraing its built-in support for HTTP and deployment of RDF using Linked Data Principles. This boils down to loading RDF and/or attaching native or external 3rd party DBMS hosted tables and then exposing to interaction endpoints for SPARQL, Faceted Search & Browsing, or Hyperlinks that provide fine-grained entity names.