Solr Developer Survey 2015

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Better Search with Fusion Signals

Signals in Lucidworks Fusion leverage information about external activity, e.g., information collected from logfiles and transaction databases, to improve the quality of search results. This post follows on my previous…
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Apache Solr for Multi-language Content Discovery Through Entity Driven Search

As we countdown to the annual Lucene/Solr Revolution conference in Austin this October, we’re highlighting talks and sessions from past conferences. Today, we’re highlighting Alessandro Benedetti’s session on using entity…
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Mining Events for Recommendations

Summary: The “EventMiner” feature in Lucidworks Fusion can be used to mine event logs to power recommendations. We describe how the system uses graph navigation to generate diverse and high-quality…
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How Shutterstock Searches 35 Million Images by Color Using Apache Solr

Steps for extracting color data from images and indexing them into Solr, as well as looking at some ways to query color data in your Solr index.


Indexing Arabic Content in Apache Solr

The challenges – and solutions – of building Solr search apps for Arabic documents, data, and users.


Exploring Solr Anti-Patterns with Sematext’s Rafał Kuć

Common pitfalls and mistakes when configuring Apache Solr apps.


Solr as an Apache Spark SQL DataSource

Join us for our upcoming webinar, Solr & Spark for Real-Time Big Data Analytics. You’ll learn more about how to use Solr as an Apache Spark SQL DataSource and how to combine data from…
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Introducing Anda: a New Crawler Framework in Lucidworks Fusion

Introduction Developing a Crawler Writing a Fetcher Incremental Crawling Emitting Content Configuration Error Handling What’s next? Additional Reading Introduction Lucidworks Fusion 2.0 ships with roughly 30 out-of-the-box connector plugins to…
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If They Can’t Find It, They Can’t Buy It

Sarath Jarugula, VP Partners & Alliances at Lucidworks has a blog post up on IBM’s blog, If They Can’t Find It, They Can’t Buy It: How to Combine Traditional Knowledge with…
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