CouchDB as the Personal Database

by Michael Hunger Follow 1 Followers on  Jun 08, 2010 5

While attending the Berlin Buzzwords NoSql conference, Jan Lehnardt (@janl) one of conference organizers and co-author of CouchDB: The Definitive Guide (a free O'Reilly book). presented a talk titled: "Making Software for Humans - CouchDB and The Usable Peer-to-Peer Web".


Neo4j: Java-based NoSQL Graph Database

by Michael Hunger Follow 1 Followers on  Feb 25, 2010 2

After several years of development, the developers from NeoTechnology have released version 1.0 of Neo4j, a Java-based graph database which follows the property graph datamodel. InfoQ spoke with NeoTechnology COO Peter Neubauer to learn more about the current Neo4j release and what it offers to developers.


Apache Lucene 2.9 Released

by Charles Humble Follow 792 Followers on  Oct 07, 2009 1

The Apache Software Foundation has released Lucene 2.9, the last minor release before 3.0. Amongst other features version 2.9 includes a number of performance improvements, and adds near real-time searching, native support for numeric range queries, and geospatial aware searching.


Lucid Imagination Releases Performance Monitoring Utility for Apache Lucene

by Charles Humble Follow 792 Followers on  Sep 09, 2009 1

Developers working with Apache Search engine Lucene typically rely on using a code profiler, debugging the source code, or manually instrumenting the Lucene code to track down performance variations with their Lucene implementation. LucidGaze, a free product from Lucid Imagination, offers an alternative. InfoQ takes a look at the product and talks to Lucid Imagination to find out more.


Hibernate Search 3.1 Supports Dynamic Search Analyzer and Query Time Performance Improvements

by Srini Penchikala Follow 34 Followers on  Dec 23, 2008

The latest version of Hibernate Search, an open source domain model search framework from Hibernate group, supports a declarative and dynamic search analyzer model as well as indexing and query time performance improvements. Hibernate Search development team recently announced the release of Version 3.1 of the search framework. The new version also provides new features focused on usability.


Apache Solr: Extensible, Clustered Search Server Built on Lucene

by Ryan Slobojan Follow 0 Followers on  Nov 11, 2008

The Apache Solr project, an open source enterprise search server based on Apache Lucene, recently released version 1.3. InfoQ spoke with Solr creator Yonik Seeley to learn more about this release, and also about what capabilities Solr offers to end users.


Apache Lucene and Lucene.Net – Full Text Search Servers

by Jonathan Allen Follow 525 Followers on  Nov 06, 2008

Ten years ago, relying on open source projects was unimaginable in most Windows shops. These days, .NET programmers are awakening to the world of enterprise class software developed and proven on the Java platform. Today we look at the popular Full Text search engines, Apache Lucene and Lucene.Net.


Interview: Randy Shoup Discusses the eBay Architecture

by Ryan Slobojan Follow 0 Followers on  Jun 10, 2008

In this interview from QCon San Francisco 2007, Randy Shoup discusses the architecture of eBay. Topics discussed include eBay's architectural principles, horizontal and vertical partitioning, ACID vs. BASE, handling data inconsistency, distributed caching, updating eBay on the fly, architectural and coding standards, eBay's search infrastructure, grid computing, and SOA.


Compass 2.0: Simplification, integration, and performance improvements

by Ryan Slobojan Follow 0 Followers on  May 14, 2008 1

The Compass project, an open source project based on Lucene which aims to simplify the integration of search into Java applications, recently released version 2.0. InfoQ spoke with Compass founder Shay Banon to learn more about this release and about what Compass provides to the Java community.


Lucene 2.3: Large indexing performance improvements, new machine-learning project

by Ryan Slobojan Follow 0 Followers on  Jan 24, 2008 2

The Apache Lucene project, a high-performance full-featured text search engine library written entirely in Java, released version 2.3 today. InfoQ spoke with committer and Project Management Committee (PMC) member Grant Ingersoll to learn more about this release and the future plans for Lucene.


Incremental feature search the next UI paradigm shift?

by Gavin Terrill Follow 1 Followers on  Jul 31, 2007 5

Incremental search as a means to find features and functions within applications may be an emerging UI design innovation. Apple and Microsoft have recently tried it with a lot of praise from the community. Are we experiencing a paradigm shift in application navigation? Are the days of traversing a maze of menus and remembering convoluted keyboard shortcuts numbered?


Lucene 2.2: Payloads, Function queries, and more speed

by Ryan Slobojan Follow 0 Followers on  Jul 06, 2007 1

Lucene Java 2.2 is now available. Lucene is a high-performance, full-featured text search engine library written entirely in Java. There are several new features in this version, and InfoQ spoke with Grant Ingersoll, a committer and Project Management Committee (PMC) member for the Lucene project, to learn more about this release.


Hibernate Search: Indexed Full Text Search of your Domain Model

by Ryan Slobojan Follow 0 Followers on  Jun 18, 2007 6

The second beta of the new Hibernate Search project was recently released. InfoQ spoke to project lead Emmanuel Bernard to find out more. The Hibernate Search project is aimed at users of Hibernate or JPA that want to make their Hibernate/JPA-managed objects accessible via indexed, full-text search.


Apache Solr: Lucene Based Server Provides Highly Scalable Enterprise Search

by James Kao Follow 0 Followers on  Jun 11, 2007 1

Apache Solr is a Lucene-based enterprise search server that delivers out-of-the-box indexing and query capabilities in a portable war file. Users interact with Solr via an HTTP interface, submitting content for indexing and making queries using XML documents and HTTP GET parameters.


InfoQ Article: Compass Introduction, Compass 1.1 M3 now available

by Rob Thornton Follow 0 Followers on  Nov 30, 2006

InfoQ has released an article describing how to get started with the Compass search integration API. The Compass Project has also released version 1.1 M3 with major features including support for polymorphic relationships and better cyclic mappings support.

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