Category Archives: Search technology

Scaling search with SolrCloud

Jan had a talk at JavaZone in Oslo this september, about scaling search with the new Solr 4.0 with SolrCloud. Here are the slides and the video recording: Scaling search with Apache Solr 4.0 and SolrCloud from JavaZone on Vimeo. … Continue reading

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Solr 3.5 released

Today a new version of Apache Solr was released, version 3.5.0. Here’s the release statement from the Lucene PMC: The Lucene PMC is pleased to announce the release of Apache Solr 3.5.0! See the CHANGES.txt file included with the release for … Continue reading

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Becoming a committer

The Apache way of developing open source software relies on an active community of users, contributors and developers. All of us can contribute in some way or another. Being a committer means that you participate actively in the software development … Continue reading

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Apache Solr 3.1 released

It’s been a long wait, and now it’s here – the release of Solr version 3.1. The 1.4.1 release was in June 2010, and for various reasons there was never a 1.4.2 nor a 1.5 release. Part of the reason … Continue reading

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Apache Solr 3.1 Product Sheet

The brand new version 3.1 of Apache Solr was released yesterday. We have created a 2-page Apache Solr product sheet, which very briefly (and beautifully) describes the high-level features of the popular search engine, including links for downloading and getting … Continue reading

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