Solr and Open Sourced Content Management Systems
- Processes and modules used in open sourced content management systems
- Schema.xml and solr.config files
Solr Advanced Functionalities
- Open interfaces and data formats
- XML, jSON, and HTTP
- Real-time indexing
Solr and its Advanced Search Capabilities
- Process of segregating content and users
- Faceted and filter search that allows you to strip data as needed
- Matching capabilities
- Geospatial search functionalities
Preparing the Development Enviroment
- Configuring Solr
- Installing and configuring JDK 8
- Creating a server file
Developing a Module
- Creating a folder directory in SolrCloud
- Creating and adding jSON files
- Editing schema files
- Creating and adding fields
- XML files
- Adding data through the HTTP server
- Adding data through a native client
- HTTP requests
- URL query parameters
- High level querying (highlighting, grouping, etc.)
Summary and Conclusion
- Experience with Solr
The lectures were fine.
He has patient about the questions asked by students. He has knowledge to answer the questions.
The way we did the practical exercises and understand the actual scenario.
He is provided great example for each topic.
I got an overview of Sold and resources to look for.
United States Patent & Trademark Office / USPTO
Jose is a great person to deal with, very knowledgeable.
Keith Thoms - Shared Services Canada
viewer and competence of the lecturer.
Arkadiusz Dąbkowski - Agora SA
Query exercises and the opportunity to discuss your own issues that could be solved in Solr.
- Agora SA
His real like experience with the subject is amazing
It was broad, it was precise and nicely explained
Wojciech Drzewiecki - SAP
Industry problems and solutions. Practice knowledge.
Wojciech Walczyszyn - SAP
Knowledgeful trainer, able to answer all of our questions, and having practical project knowledge - not only theory.
every question we had, he explained it with great details. i also liked the facts that Fulvio gets excited when there is an interaction.
very to the point and hands on. No "powerpoint-training" but real scenarios and demos