Tag: Enterprise Search

EMC World 2010: Next-generation Search: Documentum Search Services

Presented by Aamir Farooq Verity: Largest ingex 1 M Docs FAST: Largest Index 200 M Docs Challenging requirements today that all requires tradeoffs. Instead of trying to plugin third party search engines chose to build and integrated search engine for content and case management. Flexible Scalability being promoted. Tens to Hundreds of Millions of objects per host Routing of indexing ...Read More

At the Apache Lucene Eurocon in Prague

Today I am in Prague to attend the Apache Lucene Eurocon conference hosted by Lucid Imagination, the commercial company behind the Lucene/Solr -project. It seem to almost 200 people here attending the conference. I am looking forward to speak tomorrow of Friday afternoon about our experiences of using search in general and with Solr in particular. The main part of ...Read More

EMC World 2010: Chiming in with Word of Pie about the future of Documentum

We have got a written reaction to Mark Lewis' keynote held at EMC World 2010 in Boston. I both feel and have the passion around Enterprise Content Management and it is great that Laurence Hart spent so much time and effort on talking to people to craft this post. Someone need to say things even if they are not always easy ...Read More

EMC World 2010: My presentation around using Documentum in a SOA-platform

Yesterday on Monday May 10 at 11 am I gave a speech at the Momentum 10 conference here at EMC World 2010 in Boston. The presentation was focused around our experiences of building an experimentation platform for next-generation information and knowledge management (IKM) for a large operational level military HQ. Contemporary conflicts are complex and dynamic in character and requires ...Read More

Reflections on our project from an Enterprise Search perspective

In a blog post called "Knowledge management: retrieve, visualize and communicate!" at their Findability blog the company Findwise reflects on the approach to Knowledge Management taken by the Knowledge Support project at JCDEC. It is inspired by the recent article in one of Sweden's biggest technology magazines called Metro Teknik.

Where the FAST Enterprise Search Platform (ESP) is going now…

I have spent the last week in Las Vegas attending the FAST Forward 09 conference. About a year ago the Norvegian company FAST Search & Transfer was acquired by Microsoft and like me customers all over the world wonder what would happen. Some thought it was great to have a huge company with its R&D resources to take the platform ...Read More