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From Grant Ingersoll <>
Subject Re: [ANN] Lucidworks Fusion 1.0.0
Date Wed, 24 Sep 2014 11:13:20 GMT
Hi Thomas,

Thanks for the question, yes, I give a brief demo of it in action during my talk and we will
have demos at our booth.  I will also give a demo during the Webinar, which will be recorded.
 As others have said as well, you can simply download it and try yourself.


On Sep 23, 2014, at 2:00 AM, Thomas Egense <> wrote:

> Hi Grant.
> Will there be a Fusion demostration/presentation  at Lucene/Solr Revolution
> DC? (Not listed in the program yet).
> Thomas Egense
> On Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 3:45 PM, Grant Ingersoll <>
> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> We at Lucidworks are pleased to announce the release of Lucidworks Fusion
>> 1.0.   Fusion is built to overlay on top of Solr (in fact, you can manage
>> multiple Solr clusters -- think QA, staging and production -- all from our
>> Admin).    In other words, if you already have Solr, simply point Fusion at
>> your instance and get all kinds of goodies like Banana (
>> -- our port of Kibana to Solr + a
>> number of extensions that Kibana doesn't have), collaborative filtering
>> style recommendations (without the need for Hadoop or Mahout!), a modern
>> signal capture framework, analytics, NLP integration, Boosting/Blocking and
>> other relevance tools, flexible index and query time pipelines as well as a
>> myriad of connectors ranging from Twitter to web crawling to Sharepoint.
>> The best part of all this?  It all leverages the infrastructure that you
>> know and love: Solr.  Want recommendations?  Deploy more Solr.  Want log
>> analytics?  Deploy more Solr.  Want to track important system metrics?
>> Deploy more Solr.
>> Fusion represents our commitment as a company to continue to contribute a
>> large quantity of enhancements to the core of Solr while complementing and
>> extending those capabilities with value adds that integrate a number of 3rd
>> party (e.g connectors) and home grown capabilities like an all new,
>> responsive UI built in AngularJS.  Fusion is not a fork of Solr.  We do not
>> hide Solr in any way.  In fact, our goal is that your existing applications
>> will work out of the box with Fusion, allowing you to take advantage of new
>> capabilities w/o overhauling your existing application.
>> If you want to learn more, please feel free to join our technical webinar
>> on October 2:
>> If you'd like to download:
>> Cheers,
>> Grant Ingersoll
>> --------------------------------------------
>> Grant Ingersoll | CTO
>> | @gsingers

Grant Ingersoll | @gsingers

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