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From "bharath.mvkumar" <bharath.mvku...@gmail.com>
Subject SOLR as nosql database store
Date Tue, 09 May 2017 02:43:51 GMT
Hi All,

We have a use case where we have mysql database which stores documents and
also some of the fields in the document is also indexed in solr. 
We plan to move all those documents to solr by making solr as the nosql
datastore for storing those documents. The reason we plan to do this is
because we have to support cross center data replication for both mysql and
solr and we are in a way duplicating the same data.The number of writes we
do per second is around 10,000. Also currently we have only one shard and we
have around 70 million records and we plan to support close to 1 billion
records and also perform sharding.

Using solr as the nosql database is a good choice or should we look at
Cassandra for our use case? 

Thanks,
Bharath Kumar



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