New Replica Type for SolrCloud – Perfect for Large Scale Sitecore Web Sites – Part 2 In part 1 of this blog post I got SolrCloud up running with both TLOG and PULL replica types. In this second part, goal
New cool features in Solr (6 & 7) that we can use with Sitecore Solr 7 is finally out! What new features do we have in Solr as part of the last major releases, and what can be benefit from
Google Search Appliance is going away fast, not leaving much time to get off the platform and onto a new one. It can be difficult to find the right alternative and seem like a daunting task to switch your search
I got a very relevant question on one of my prior Blog posts: “I saw you mentioning using SolrNet but i thought ContentSearch was using SolrNet underneath.what do i gain using one vs another?” This post shares some of my
Should I use Coveo or Solr or just stick to Lucene? To answer this question, we need to first understand the platforms we are comparing. • What is Coveo? • Coveo is a provider of enterprise search and website search technologies, with integrated
Alpha Solutions primarily relies on search in the solutions built. We also have a large demand for consulting, specifically with Sitecore XP and Apache Solr combined. The main goal in this post is to share thoughts and considerations that you,
Sitecore 8.2 is out! Solr 6.2 is out! Let’s get up running with both! This is a short and updated version of a previous post on Sitecore and Solr “How to use Solr with Sitecore 8 – the easy way”.
A default installation of Sitecore uses Lucene and not Solr, although using Solr is the preferred way to go when running Sitecore 8. The advantages are obviously: Indexing of the search indexes happens on a single server, instead of indexing