Posts Tagged: Enterprise Search

T-Minus 22 Days to Lucene/Solr Revolution: Why is Enterprise Search so Hot?

This morning we were reminded of a recent study  by Frost and Sullivan a global consulting firm that has been studying the evolution of enterprise search.  There was a time,…
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T-Minus 23 Days to Lucene/Solr Revolution: "Stump the Chump"

We’re just several weeks away till this year’s Lucene/Solr Revolution event, and this week we’ll be using this blog to go a bit deeper on content. One of the more…
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T-Minus 26 Days to Lucene/Solr Revolution: More About the User Experience

In yesterday’s post, we paid tribute to several speakers, including Christian Moen and Gaute Lambertsen, software engineers at Atlika, a Japanese corporation providing innovative products and services within search. The…
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T-Minus 27 Days to Lucene/Solr Revolution: Language and the User Experience

This week, we began our countdown to the Lucene/Solr Revolution event in San Diego with a daily blog series, and just yesterday we began posting short bios of some of…
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One Month to Revolution (The Lucene Solr Community)

As we recently announced on the Lucene/Solr Revolution blog, we’re expecting this year’s Lucene/Solr Revolution Conference to be our biggest one yet. Unique in its market, Revolution boasts the largest convening of…
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Solr and law enforcement: highly relevant results can be a crime

Imagine that you have to integrate and search data from 200 different sources, each of which uses a different structure (if they use a structure at all). Your data may…
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More like this: from semantics to new business model

It wasn’t the biggest lesson learned from Alberto Mijares’ talk on Day 2 of Lucene Revolution, but the notion that funding issues can lead to a new and successful business…
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BeyondTrees and Today's Newspaper: Using Lucene to build a time machine

You’ve been hearing me do a lot of talking about finding meaning in data, so it may not come as a surprise that of all the track sessions at Lucene…
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Stephen Dunn and the Guardian: How being open makes them better

What a way to start out a conference on using data! Stephen Dunn’s keynote for Day 1 of Lucene Revolution — the Guardian‘s opening up of its content using an…
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Search analytics: a window into how users actually search

Sometimes the best way to explain what something is involves first discussing what it is not, and that’s the tack that Otis Gospodnetic used to open his Day 2 presentation…
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