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The crucial difference between search and discovery. http://lucidworks.com/blog/thoughts-search-vs-discovery/
“Search vs discovery” is a common dichotomy that is used in discussions about search technology, where the former is about finding specific things that are either known or assumed to... Continue Reading
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Learn more about Lucidworks Fusion's indexing pipelines, a framework for plugging together a series of atomic steps, called “stages,” that can dynamically manipulate documents flowing in during indexing. http://lucidworks.com/blog/parsing-indexing-multi-value-fields-lucidworks-fusion/
Recently, I was helping a client move from a pure Apache Solr implementation to Lucidworks Fusion.  Part of this effort entailed the recreation of indexing processes (implemented using Solr’s REST... Continue Reading
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"Content tagging processes are traditionally done at index time either manually or automatically by machine learning or knowledge based (taxonomy/ontology) approaches."
Query Autofiltering is autotagging of the incoming query where the knowledge source is the search index itself.  What does this mean and why should we care? Content tagging processes are... Continue Reading
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Our latest infographic looks at the latest research into what keeps CIOs bogged down in the details and hinders their contributions in their organizations. Let's examine what's holding CIOs back from their highest-value activities and what they can do about it. http://lucidworks.com/blog/infographic-free-cio/
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With Solr 5 it is now possible to compute Field Stats for Constraints of a Pivot Facet. Hoss's got the lowdown on what that means and how it might be useful for your next app. http://lucidworks.com/blog/you-got-stats-in-my-facets/
Solr has supported basic “Field Facets” for a very long time. Solr has also supported “Field Stats” over numeric fields for (almost) as long. But starting with Solr 5.0 (building... Continue Reading
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New search rant up on the blog: "In reality not all search applications kill, many of them suck, even though sad to say, many of these are built on the best search engine going anywhere – Apache Solr. Why? Because search is a complex problem and every search application is different." http://lucidworks.com/blog/well-tempered-search-application-prelude/
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As the commercial stewards of Apache Solr, we know how crucial the open source software movement is to organizations all over the world and how important the Apache Software Foundation is in governing dozens of projects used by thousands of companies. Let’s take a look at it all got started:
How a few optimistic webmasters changed the Web forever.
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Solr 5 is out! Let us rejoice and be glad. Here's the lowdown: http://lucidworks.com/blog/solr-5-0/
The much anticipated Apache Lucene and Solr 5.0 was just released. It comes packed with tons of new features, stability improvements and bug fixes. Usability improvements A lot of effort... Continue Reading
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Techniques to build your next killer search app.
or “Tarballs II – The Search for More Money” (First a shout-out to the one and only Mel Brooks for inspiring the subtitle – and for Mel’s benefit – a... Continue Reading
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The Lucidworks team continues to innovate in some very cool ways with the latest release of Fusion.
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Lucidworks CTO Grant Ingersoll explores how open source search and machine learning are driving insight into what's important https://opensource.com/business/15/1/earnestness-being-important
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A guest post from Sean Mare from Knowledgent Group http://lucidworks.com/blog/configuring-fusion-jdbc-connector-using-ssl/
Setting up a new connector in Lucidworks Fusion that utilizes this method of encryption is easy, if not straightforward.
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Lucidworks Fusion, the enterprise search platform built on Apache Solr.
Introduction
Lucidworks builds enterprise search solutions for some of the world’s largest brands. Fusion, Lucidworks’ advanced search platform, provides provides the enterprise-grade capabilities needed to design, develop and deploy intelligent search apps — at any scale.

Lucidworks is the commercial arm of Lucene/Solr, one of the largest open source projects in the world, employing over 80 active Solr committers helping to improve and shape the direction of the most popular search software solution.

Lucidworks Fusion helps companies work smarter by delivering the tools required to transform enormous repositories of data into critical and personalized decisions every day. Providing advanced machine learning and signal processing capabilities, Fusion brings a consumer-like search experience to the enterprise. Additional upgrades and new features make it easier for companies to design, develop and implement intelligent search apps at any scale. Built on the global search standard Apache Solr, Lucidworks Fusion dramatically increases businesses’ ability to deliver personalized and contextual search results against a wide variety of data sources.