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In this article I want to begin to discuss patterns that I've found useful when managing Solr/Elasticsearch synonyms.
Today I want to talk about one strategy traditional retailers can use: reverse showrooming. What do I mean by reverse showrooming? Basically that retailers take advantage of my materialistic lust to have an item *right fricken now* while I'm sitting at home.
Moving data around. It's always a pain. Is NiFi the better mousetrap for this?