Apache Solr is a popular open source search platform built upon Lucene, a highly successful Java library. It is one of the most popular search platforms for websites because of its ability to index and search for multiple websites and promptly return recommendations for related content, based on the taxonomy of the search query. Because of this feature, Solr is equally famous for enterprise searches as well.
Designed for Scalability and Fault Tolerance, Solr runs as a standalone full-text search server that uses the Lucene Java Search Library for full-text indexing and search. It has JSON APIs and Rest like HTTP/XML which makes it highly usable from some of the most popular programming languages. Solr external configuration and plugin architecture ensures, it can be tailored to suit various kinds of applications without any Java Code.
As revealed by the Apache Lucene Project, Solr offers to organizations several capabilities responsible for its unprecedented popularity within the “SEARCH TEHNOLOGY” domain.
At Gunaatita, we use Apache Solr to serve our clients with extensive search capabilities, however it can also be used as a NOSQL database storage with inbuilt web server functions.
Gunaatita with its highly experienced team, leverages the power of the Solr to consult clients on indexing documents, putting in queries and receiving desirable binary results. We have the team that has been on this technology for long and have many success credits to our name, making us firm favorites to clients seeking quality services on this technology.
Solr has been going steady for years now as a traditional enterprise search engine operating on top of relational databases and frameworks such as Hadoop. Its new avatar of a Standalone NoSQL Store has garnered a lot of interest due to its various benefits.