Apache Solr - An Experience Report
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1 1/2 years ago we have rolled out a new integrated full-text search engine for our Intranet based on Apache Solr. The search engine integrates various data sources such as file systems, wikis, ...
1 1/2 years ago we have rolled out a new integrated full-text search engine for our Intranet based on Apache Solr. The search engine integrates various data sources such as file systems, wikis, internal websites and web applications, shared calendars, our corporate database, CRM system, email archive, task management and defect tracking etc. This talk is an experience report about some of the good things, the bad things and the surprising things we have encountered over two years of developing with, operating and using a Intranet search engine based on Apache Solr.
After setting the scene, we will discuss some interesting requirements that we have for our search engine and how we solved them with Apache Solr (or at least tried to solve). Using these concrete examples, we will discuss some interesting features and limitations of Apache Solr.
In the second part of the talk, we will tell a couple of "war stories" and walk through some interesting, annoying and surprising problems that we faced, how we analyzed the issues, identified the cause of the problems and eventually solved them.
The talk is aimed at software developers and architects with some basic knowledge about Apache Solr, the Apache Lucene project familiy or similar full-text search engines. It is not an introduction into Apache Solr and we will dive right into the interesting and juicy bits.
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