More than two years have passed since we saw the last major version of Java search engine Apache Lucene and NoSQL server Apache Solr. The long-awaited releases of version 5.0 are here.
The company behind the enterprise-grade version of the NoSQL database target European expansion and further product growth in relational war.
The enterprise search engine has been released (mostly) under a GPL license. Can it challenge the established order of Solr and ElasticSearch?
Every Hadoop vendor wants to be different. MapR opt for NoSQL approach to their special Hadoop sauce
From February’s JAX Magazine, Sergey Beryozkin explores the use of Feed Item Query Language within the popular Java framework.
Three years in the making, today sees the release of version 4.0 of open-source search engine Solr and underlying Java library Lucene.
The ninth and tenth projects this year to become a TLP is a semantic CMS Java stack and the Elephant of the Clouds
After two years of steady development, the distributed, RESTful, open source search server based on Apache Lucene looks set to take on the challenges ahead
The hugely popular open source NoSQL search platform based on Lucene gets big new features in Apache Solr 4.0
Final release candidate for Spring for their 3.1.0 launch, whilst Apache publicise the features behind Lucene and Solr 3.5
The Java community continues to debate the HotSpot compiler shipped with Java 7.
Java 7 has arrived but not without its share of controversy….
All versions of Lucene Core and Solr affected.
PLUS, Apache Solr 3.2 and JSON Activity Stream Spec now online.