We’re pleased to announce that Michael Busch, Tech Lead, Search Infrastructure at Twitter, will be our keynote speaker on Day 1 of Lucene/Solr Revolution EU!
Twitter serves billions of queries per day from different Lucene indexes, while appending more than hundreds of millions of tweets per day in real time. During the keynote, Michael will outline Twitter’s search architecture and share the latest technologies being used.
Michael created Twitter’s Lucene-based real time search index and is a long time Lucene committer and Apache member.
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Plan to join us November 4-7:
- Learn from some of the leading users of Lucene/Solr
- Meet many of the key committers driving Lucene and Solr innovation
- Hear about the latest and future developments in Lucene/Solr technology
- Develop relationships, network, and share best practices with other users
- Get trained on Lucene/Solr by the experts
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Lucene/Solr Revolution is presented by Lucidworks, the commercial entity for Apache Lucene/Solr open source search — the future of search technology.