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SE-Radio Episode 292: Philipp Krenn on Elasticsearch

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SE-Radio Episode 292: Philipp Krenn on Elasticsearch

Phillipp Krenn talks with SE Radio’s Jeff Meyerson about Elasticsearch, a scalable search index. The conversation begins with a discussion of search, how it compares to database queries, and what an inverted index is. Phillipp introduces Wikipedia as an example that runs throughout the episode because Wikipedia uses Elasticsearch to power its full-text search. A […]

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Episode 220: Jon Gifford on Logging and Logging Infrastructure

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Episode 220: Jon Gifford on Logging and Logging Infrastructure

Robert Blumen talks to Jon Gifford of Loggly about logging and logging infrastructure. Topics include logging defined, purposes of logging, uses of logging in understanding the run-time behavior of programs, who produces logs, who consumes logs and for what reasons, software as the consumer of logs, log formats (structured versus free form), log meta-data, logging […]

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Episode 214: Grant Ingersoll on his book, Taming Text

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Episode 214: Grant Ingersoll on his book, Taming Text

Grant Ingersoll, founder and CTO of LucidWorks, talks with Tobias Kaatz about his book Taming Text: How to Find, Organize, and Manipulate It. They begin by discussing popular existing systems for the automated understanding of contextual information. One such system, IBM Watson, drew attention for its victory in the “Jeopardy” game show. They proceed to […]

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Episode 187: Grant Ingersoll on the Solr Search Engine

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Episode 187: Grant Ingersoll on the Solr Search Engine

Recording Venue: Lucene Revolution 2012 (Boston) Guest: Grant Ingersoll Grant Ingersoll, a committer on the Apache Solr and Lucene, talks with Robert about the  problems of full-text search and why applications are taking control of their own search, and then continues with a dive into the architecture of the Solr search engine. The architecture portion of the […]

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