How to quickly create a LucidWorks instance on Windows Azure

By on December 28, 2012

Brian Benz of Microsoft posted his second in a series, on “Using LucidWorks on Windows Azure.” In this post he shows how easy it is to select LucidWorks from the Azure Marketplace and quickly add it to an existing Azure Instance with a few clicks.

Want to try out LucidWorks Search on Windows Azure yourself? Click here and pick the option that best suits your needs.

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