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Experts in Solr Apache Solr, based on Apache Lucene, powers search for some of the world’s largest organisations including Bloomberg, Best Buy, Sears, Instagram and AOL. Solr is highly…

Remember the good ole days of “Alpha by Author”? Searching names is a pretty common requirement for many applications. Searching by book authors, for example, is a pretty crucial…

We’ve focused most of our conversation about machine learning and search on Learning to Rank (LTR), but LTR isn’t the only machine learning tool in the Solr/Elasticsearch toolbox. LTR…

Welcome to the first blog post (of many, hopefully) by OpenSource Connections’ 2012 summer interns. After our first few weeks as interns at OSC, we have begun to get…

SolrCloud is great, up until you start seeing lots of ZooKeeper exceptions and you think to yourself, “wtf?”. Thats when you discover that you should have been monitoring your…

I frequently hit the wall of needing to work asynchronously with Solr requests in Python. Ill have some code that blocks on a Solr HTTP request, waits for it…

In my previous post, I talked about implementing Suggest-As-You-Type using Solr. In this post I’ll cover a closely related functionality called Suggest-As-You-Type. Several years back, Google introduced an interesting…

Weve been using Apache Camel a fair amount recently as our ingestion pipeline of choice. It presents a fairly nice DSL for wiring together different data sources, performing transformations,…

Recently Solr has acquired graph search capability similar to what you’d find in TitanDB or Neo4J. Essentially it acts asa collector that traverses link_from to link_to, while optionally applying…

Solr 6 is now available! What’s included, and what can you do with it? Yonik Seeley and Erik Hatcher join us to talk about what’s new.