Course Outline


  • How SolrCloud compares with other tools (ElasticSearch, etc.)

Search engine fundamentals

Overview of Apache Lucene and Solr

Searching and indexing

Understanding sharding and replication

How SolrCloud works

Commit strategies

Cluster coordination

Writing slide-fault tolerance

Working with Apache ZooKeeper

Managing Solr config files

Closing remarks


  • An understanding of Search concepts
  • Basic knowledge of Java
  14 Hours


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