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April 14, 2010

The NoSQL Movement

Our focus here is normally on fulltext search, but of course databases have been at the core of Information Retrieval for decades. But are those foundations getting old? Some factors to consider when considering alternatives to relational databases and ACID guarantees such as using a document store. SQL at 40: Ready for Retirement?

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and JSON APIs, hit highlighting, faceted search,
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and control platform, most of the functions of Solr way through WEB access and use, you can collect the data source, including file system, Network File System, CMS, ECM, the database can be collected IBM's content management system, EMC documentum, Rivulet ES the most important feature is the ability to customize data from different sources show different ways.
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