What is Apache Solr?
It uses the tools you use to make application building a snap. It is built on the battle-tested Apache Zookeeper, it makes it easy to scale up and down.
Apache Solr is a tool in the Search Engines category of a tech stack.
Who uses Apache Solr?
23 companies reportedly use Apache Solr in their tech stacks, including Walmart, doubleSlash, and AlphaSense.
68 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Apache Solr.
Apache Solr's Features
- Advanced full-text search capabilities
- Optimized for high volume traffic
- Standards based open interfaces - XML, JSON and HTTP
- Comprehensive administration interfaces
- Easy monitoring
- Highly scalable and fault tolerant
- Flexible and adaptable with easy configuration
Apache Solr Alternatives & Comparisons
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