Punspace

Coworking Chiang Mai

Adding search to your web-stack - in depth introduction to Apache Solr 6

  • Punspace Tha Phae Gate 7/2 Rachadamnoen Road, Soi Prasingha, Muang, Chiang Mai 50200 Thailand

Topic : 

Adding search to your web-stack - in depth introduction to Apache Solr 6

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Search is an important part of a modern application stack. If you have
data and users looking at that data - you need search. And good search
is not just keyword matching. It is also post-search navigation with
facets and statistics, spelling correction, and deep domain awareness.

Apache Solr (https://lucene.apache.org/solr/) is a free, open source
Search Server built on top of the Apache Lucene library with more than
10 years of solid, active development. It integrates with Content
Management Systems, Library catalogues, Big Data pipelines, and Cloud
content farms.

It is a big product with nearly infinite possibilities, yet it can be
rapidly deployed to power even small data-driven applications to
achieve great usability improvements.

In this in-depth introduction session, you will be explained the
concepts of custom search in general and Apache Solr in particular.
You will see a rapid-application-development approach using Apache
Solr using English and Thai sample content. You will leave with a
strong understanding of whether a Search Engine needs to be a part of
your application stack and - if it does - what are the next steps to
make this happen.

Speaker :

Alexandre Rafalovitch is a software developer with more than 20 years
of front- and back-end development experience. He is also a published
author and an Apache Lucene/Solr committer. His specialty is
Search-technology introduction, team onboarding and customized
training.

Event Details :

What:   Adding search to your web-stack - in depth introduction to Apache Solr 6

Where:  Punspace Coworking Space (Tha Phae Gate)

When:  Thursday, September 22nd, 6-8pm.

Cost:  Free ticket

Slots available:  Limited to 30 people

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