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Search Technologies
With the Google Search Appliance (GSA) end-of-life approaching, we conducted a survey among hundreds of GSA users to identify the overall migration trends and to provide GSA users a high-level guidance for their transition planning. Take a closer look at the survey results in this blog.
Kamran Khan
As the Google Search Appliance (GSA) is being phased out, a well thought-out migration plan will ensure the long-term success of your search strategy. Here's a look into two approaches that have worked well for our customers in GSA migrations and a variety of other search engine migrations.
Search Technologies
Led by Search Technologies Chief Architect, Paul Nelson, our team leveraged the Azure Search API, Aspire Content Processing framework, Bootstrap, and other open source technologies to give Wikipedia search interface a refreshed look. Take a sneak peek into how we worked on this demo behind-the-scenes.
Kamran Khan
Google announced that it will begin to transition from an on-premise to a cloud-based solution and wind down sales of the Google Search Appliance through 2017. What does this transition mean for your search strategy? As a Google Premier Partner, we want to share what we know so far and how we can help guide you smoothly through this transition.
Graham Gillen
Commercial and open source log analytics tools have generated plenty of discussions. In this blog, we provide an insider's look into two popular log analytics solutions: Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana (ELK stack) vs. Splunk. Whether the ELK stack can be used as a Splunk replacement or not, it's worth considering the options, such as costs, functionalities, and overall user experience.
Derek Rodriguez
As data grows, the traditional search architecture may become inefficient at processing and indexing content. How a file system staging repository is leveraged to reduce content processing time from days or weeks to minutes or seconds, ultimately improving users' search experience? Watch our customer's success story.
Paul Nelson
At Search Technologies, we are dedicated to creating really good content connectors. It is hard work. Honest work. And we work at it every day. In these last few years, we have tackled some of the most difficult content sources. Take a closer look at our "behind the scenes" development work and check out the latest connector features we'll be releasing this year.
Search Technologies
Many organizations are adopting a hybrid approach to managing content, using both on-premise SharePoint servers, and Office 365 (SharePoint Online) in the cloud. This hybrid environment poses challenges to search that need to be addressed to maintain business productivity.
Search Technologies
2014 saw the rise of Elasticsearch. We asked a number of highly experienced enterprise search architects and implementation engineers to tell us what they like about Elasticsearch. Here's what they said
Xavier Morera
Solr and Elasticsearch have become dominant players in the search market. Both are open source and built on Lucene, but each has its own strengths in different areas, depending on what users want to accomplish. In this blog, we'll take a deep dive into how these search engines would fit for your use cases.