Posts tagged ‘elasticsearch’

How to run Norconex Collector in Docker

Introduction Docker is popular because it makes it easy to package and deliver programs. This article will show you how to run the Java-based, open-source crawler, Norconex HTTP Collector and Elasticsearch Committer in Docker to crawl a website and index ... Read More...

Posted on February 10, 2018 by in Latest Articles

Norconex HTTP Collector 2.8.0 released

Norconex is proud to announce the release of Norconex HTTP Collector version 2.8.0.  This release is accompanied by new releases of many related Norconex open-source products (Filesystem Collector, Importer, Committers, etc.), and together they bring dozens of new features and ... Read More...

Posted on November 26, 2017 by in Latest Releases

Norconex HTTP and Filesystem Collector 2.7.0 released

Norconex released version 2.7.0 of both its HTTP Collector and Filesystem Collector.  This update, along with related component updates, introduces several interesting features. HTTP Collector changes The following items are specific to the HTTP Collector.  For changes applying to both the ... Read More...

Posted on April 26, 2017 by in Latest Releases

Major upgrades to Norconex crawlers

Norconex just released major upgrades to all its Norconex Collectors and related projects.  That is, Norconex HTTP Collector and Norconex Filesystem Collector, along with the Norconex Importer module and all available committers (Solr, Elasticsearch, HP IDOL, etc), were all upgraded ... Read More...

Posted on November 27, 2014 by in Latest Releases

New Releases of Norconex Committers

Norconex Committer and all is current concrete implementations (Solr, Elasticsearch, IDOL) have been upgraded and have seen a redesign of their web sites.  Committers are libraries responsible for posting data to various repositories (typically search engines).  They are in other ... Read More...

Posted on March 9, 2014 by in Latest Releases

Serving autocomplete suggestions fast!

Autocomplete (also known as live suggestions or search suggestions) is very popular with Search applications. It is generally used to return either query suggestion (à la Google Autocomplete) or to propose existing search results (à la Facebook). Open source search ... Read More...

Posted on October 9, 2013 by in Latest Articles

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