Abstract : RDF is an increasingly popular data model for many practical applications, leading to large volumes of RDF data; efficient RDF data management methods are crucial to allow applications to scale. We propose to demonstrate CliqueSquare, an RDF data management system built on top of a MapReduce-like infrastructure. The main technical novelty of CliqueSquare resides in its logical query optimization algorithm, guaranteed to find a logical plan as flat as possible for a given query, meaning: a plan having the smallest possible number of join operators on top of each other. CliqueSquare's ability to build flat plans allows it to take advantage of a parallel processing framework in order to shorten response times. We demonstrate loading and querying the data, with a particular focus on query optimization, and on the performance benefits of CliqueSquare's flat plans.