Learn how to make Apache Solr search faster, more complete, and comprehensively scalable
Solve performance, setup, configuration, analysis, and query problems in no time
Get to grips with, and master, the new exciting features of Apache Solr 4
Apache Solr 4 Cookbook
Apache Solr is a blazing fast, scalable, open source Enterprise search server built upon Apache Lucene. Solr is wildly popular because it supports complex search criteria, faceting, result highlighting, query-completion, query spell-checking, and relevancy tuning, amongst other numerous features.
Apache Solr 4 Cookbook will show you how to get the most out of your search engine. Full of practical recipes and examples, this book will show you how to set up Apache Solr, tune and benchmark performance as well as index and analyze your data to provide better, more precise, and useful search data. Download eBook Free »
Readymade solution for web technologies for migration/hosting and supporting environment for Tomcat 7
Tips, tricks, and best practices for web hosting solution providers for Tomcat 7
Content designed with practical approach and plenty of illustrations
Apache Tomcat 7 Essentials
Apache Tomcat (or simply Tomcat) is an open source servlet container developed by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). The latest major stable release, Apache Tomcat version 7 implements the Servlet 3 and JavaServer Pages 2 specifications from the Java Community Process, and includes many additional features that make it a useful platform for developing and deploying web applications and web services.
Apache Tomcat 7 Essentials follows a practical approach to teach installing, configuring, and maintaining Tomcat. It helps you to understand the middle architecture for hosting multiple websites and also provides the confidence to implement middleware support. It imparts to you the capacity to resolve migration issues and also provides regular maintenance solutions. This is the first and only book to cover upgrading to Tomcat 7 from previous versions. Download eBook Free »
Advice on data modeling, deployment considerations to include security, logging, and monitoring, and advice on scaling Solr and measuring performance
An update of the best-selling title on Solr 1.4
Apache Solr 3 Enterprise Search Server
If you are a developer building an app today then you know how important a good search experience is. Apache Solr, built on Apache Lucene, is a wildly popular open source enterprise search server that easily delivers powerful search and faceted navigation features that are elusive with databases. Solr supports complex search criteria, faceting, result highlighting, query-completion, query spell-check, relevancy tuning, and more.
Apache Solr 3 Enterprise Search Server is a comprehensive reference guide for every feature Solr has to offer. It serves the reader right from initiation to development to deployment. It also comes with complete running examples to demonstrate its use and show how to integrate Solr with other languages and frameworks.
Over 50 recipes towards optimal Java Software Engineering with Maven 3
Grasp the fundamentals and extend Apache Maven 3 to meet your needs
Implement engineering practices in your application development process with Apache Maven
Collaboration techniques for Agile teams with Apache Maven
Use Apache Maven with Java, Enterprise Frameworks, and various other cutting-edge technologies
Develop for Google Web Toolkit, Google App Engine, and Android Platforms using Apache Maven
Apache Maven is more than just build automation. When positioned at the very heart of your development strategy, Apache Maven can become a force multiplier not just for individual developers but for agile teams and managers. This book covers implementation of Apache Maven with popular enterprise technologies/frameworks and introduces agile collaboration techniques and software engineering best practices integrated with Apache Maven.
Over 150 recipes to design and optimize large scale Apache Cassandra deployments
Get the best out of Cassandra using this efficient recipe bank
Configure and tune Cassandra components to enhance performance
Deploy Cassandra in various environments and monitor its performance
Well illustrated, step-by-step recipes to make all tasks look easy!
This book provides detailed recipes that describe how to use the features of Cassandra and improve its performance. Recipes cover topics ranging from setting up Cassandra for the first time to complex multiple data center installations. The recipe format presents the information in a concise actionable form.
The book describes in detail how features of Cassandra can be tuned and what the possible effects of tuning can be. Recipes include how to access data stored in Cassandra and use third party tools to help you out. The book also describes how to monitor and do capacity planning to ensure it is performing at a high level. Towards the end, it takes you through the use of libraries and third party applications with Cassandra and Cassandra integration with Hadoop.
Over 100 recipes to discover new ways to work with Apache’s Enterprise Search Server
Improve the way in which you work with Apache Solr to make your search engine quicker and more effective
Deal with performance, setup, and configuration problems in no time
Discover little-known Solr functionalities and create your own modules to customize Solr to your company’s needs
Part of Packt’s Cookbook series; each chapter covers a different aspect of working with Solr
Apache Solr is a fast, scalable, modern, open source, and easy-to-use search engine. It allows you to develop a professional search engine for your ecommerce site, web application, or back office software. Setting up Solr is easy, but configuring it to get the most out of your site is the difficult bit.
The Solr 3.1 Cookbook will make your everyday work easier by using real-life examples that show you how to deal with the most common problems that can arise while using the Apache Solr search engine. Why waste your time searching the Internet for solutions when you can have all the answers in one place?