Posts Tagged: Apache

Podcast: Hortonworks Adds Solr to HDP for Big Data Search

There’s been a lot of big news coming out of Hortonworks this week, namely announcing their partnership with LucidWorks to bring Solr-based search to their big data platform. This partnership…
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Amazon’s CloudSearch gets Solr Powered!

This is an exciting day for LucidWorks and the Lucene/Solr community as a whole. Amazon just announced their latest version of CloudSearch. What makes this release particularly exciting for us…
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Asynchronous Collection API calls in Solr

Ever since the introduction of long running collection API calls, it has been often noticed that the calls TIMEOUT every now and then. Calls like ShardSplit timeout without much information…
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Lucene/Solr Revolution EU – It’s a wrap and we’ll see you in DC!

The brightest minds in open source search convened in Dublin on November 4-7, 2013, to discuss topics and trends driving the next generation of search. Lucene/Solr Revolution EU featured four action…
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Road to Revolution: Ramp Up Your Web Experiences Using Drupal and Apache Solr

Drupal and Apache Solr search are a potent combination in the move towards “digital experiences” online. It is behind a growing number of customized, personalized enterprise platforms for eCommerce, healthcare,…
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Road to Revolution: Use Case Diagnosis – When is Solr Really the Best Tool?

The session, “Use Case Diagnosis – When is Solr Really the Best Tool?,” by Michael Hausenblas, Chief Data Engineer at MapR, will present an overview of common big data use cases…
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Road to Revolution: The First Class Integration of Solr with Hadoop

During the session, “The First Class Integration of Solr with Hadoop,” Apache Lucene/Solr Committer, Mark Miller talks about how Solr has been integrated into the Hadoop ecosystem to provide full text search…
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Road to Revolution: What is in a Lucene Index?

Although people usually come to Lucene and related solutions in order to make data searchable, they often realize that it can do much more for them. Indeed, its ability to…
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Road to Revolution: Moving a Complex Application from Using Verity and Oracle to Using Solr

The juris portal provides access to legal information (about 6.5 mil documents) and information about German companies (about 23 mil documents). Access is highly personalized:  search, links, and search suggestions…
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Road to Revolution: Solr's Admin UI – Where does the data come from?

Like many web applications in the past, the Solr Admin UI up until 4.0 was entirely server based. It used separate code on the server to generate their dashboards, overviews,…
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