Apache Solr Tutorial
Solr is a specific NoSQL technology that is optimized for a unique class of problems. Solr is a scalable, ready-to-deploy enterprise search engine that was developed to search a large volume of text-centric data and returns results sorted by relevance. The following are the benefits of Apache Solr:
Note: Solar isn't a web search engine like Google or Bing and had nothing to do with search engine optimization for a website.
Why do we need a Search Engine?
Search Engines mainly work as filters for the need of information available on the World Wide Web. It allows us to quickly and easily find any information about their interest or value, without the need to go through numerous irrelevant web pages. The goal of the Search Engines is to give users filtered search results that lead to relevant information on high-quality websites where a huge number of data is available, such as- JavaTpoint, Wikipedia, etc.
Let us briefly explain some random key features of Solr that are organized along with the following categories:
Apache Solr provides several important features that can be used to deliver a search solution that's easy to use, initiative, and powerful. It only exposes a REST-like HTTP API and cannot provide a search-related UI component in any language or framework. Following are the UI components that take advantage of some of the following user experience features:
This online tutorial will be helpful for all those students and developers who would like to understand the basic functionalities of Apache Solr for the development of sophisticated and high-performing applications.
In this Solr tutorial, we will learn how to use Solr to design and implement scalable search solutions. We will begin with the types of data and use cases supported by Solr. It will help us understand where Solr fits into the big picture of modern application architectures.
Before you start learning with this tutorial, we expect that you have good knowledge of Java programming. It is not mandatory. Still, it will help to understand better Solr and some prior exposure to Lucene and Hadoop environment.
We assure you that you will not find any difficulty while learning through our Solr tutorial. But if you find any mistake in this tutorial, we request you to kindly post the problem in the contact form so that we can improve it.
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