Tag Archives: solr

[Talk] Using Lucene/Solr to Surface the Big Data of Social Media

[Excuse the sounds issues happening at different points during the video] The following talk is from Glenn Engstrand, formerly a Senior Software Engineer from the platform team at Zoosk. It’s just about 38 min long. I found it interesting in regards to using SOLR search functionalities for building a scalable system handling millions of users and […]

Some infos about Solr and Yonik Seeley

I use Solr on a daily basis. It is an amazing technology I would recommend anytime. Take the time to learn it. ” Solr is the popular, blazing fast open source enterprise search platform from the Apache LuceneTMproject. Its major features include powerful full-text search, hit highlighting, faceted search, near real-time indexing, dynamic clustering, database integration, […]

7 ways to avoid your Lucene/Solr implementation fail

Let’s keep talking about the web, which is what I mostly do on my blog, and dive into 7 ways you can avoid your Lucene/Solr implemention fails. Having content that no one can find, not even your own users, is useless. Every Web CMS project and company has to face this issue at some point. […]