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Lucidworks Fusion is the platform for developing the next generation of search-driven, intelligent applications.

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Do you really want to be the last person using Endeca? Autonomy? Google Search Appliance?

Let’s face it: the world has changed. Technology has changed. Your requirements have changed. Legacy search technology has not.

Lucidworks Fusion is built on the world’s most advanced open core using Apache Solr and Apache Spark. We built Fusion for today’s application requirements but it’s also flexible enough for whatever tomorrow might bring, giving you everything you need to build advanced search applications.

Your data.

  • Connectors
  • Data Enrichment
  • Security

Your app.

  • Recommendations
  • Landing Pages
  • Relevancy Tuning

Your business.

  • Reporting
  • Analytics
  • Alerting

Your users.

  • Signal Processing
  • Machine Learning
  • Role-based Access

Andrew Hecox

Manager, Software Engineering

"Our recommendation engine was originally built on Lucene. Lucidworks Fusion provided the UI, security, and support we needed to make the move to Solr while minimizing our dependency on IT resources. With our initial success using Solr and Lucidworks, we're moving all of our search applications to Fusion."

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Solr’s DateRangeField, How Does It Perform?

Solr’s DateRangeField I have to credit David Smiley as co-author here. First of all, he’s largely responsible for the spatial functionality and second he’s been very generous explaining some details here. Mistakes of course are my responsibility of course. Solr has had a new DateRangeField for quite some time (since 5.0, see SOLR-6103. DateRangeFields are […]