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Thursday, October 13 • 3:10pm - 3:50pm
Solr at the Core of a Search Engine for the Cuban Web
In this talk we'll cover the transition of Solr from "just the inverted index for search" into the core technology of a web search engine for the Cuban Web. The main purpose is to show how some of the more common features of today's web search engines could be fulfilled by the use of Apache Solr, which makes Solr the hearth of our system. Integration with several Apache projects will be covered and how these systems work together to build a basic web search engine, an image search engine and a real time news search engine with alert capabilities, all powered by the features offered by Solr. Also the use of Solr itself to help monitor and run the different components of the system will be discussed.

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Jorge Luis Betancourt Gonzalez

Developer, University of Informatic Sciences
Software Engineer with more than 5 years of experience using Java. Working with search engines for over 3 years, specially Apache Solr. Have done some consultancy work in the field of Web Crawling and NLP/Text Processing. Currently building a search engine for the Cuban Web. Interested in information retrieval, Solr/Elasticsearch/Lucene, relevance tunning and web mining.

Thursday October 13, 2016 3:10pm - 3:50pm
Back Bay A Sheraton Boston