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Adding High-performance Search to Your Grails App

  • Aug 16, 2011 · 6:30 PM
  • Taulia

Adam Creeger ( @creeger) API Architect at Ticketfly shares his experience with using Grails and Elasticsearch.

"So, we build a web site or an application and want to add search to it, and then it hits us: getting search working is hard.

We want our search solution to be fast, we want a painless setup and a completely free search schema, we want to be able to index data simply using JSON over HTTP, we want our search server to be always available, we want to be able to start with one machine and scale to hundreds, we want real-time search." -  elasticsearch.org

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I in early-stage development and am tinkering with Lucene. There is no need at this point for ElasticSearch cluster functionality, but I will keep it in mind.

    August 17, 2011

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