A lot late but finally I could got my hands on the videos from the Solr/LuceneRevolution 2014 conference, and this are my take-away points of the last years edition.
I’ve compiled some key points (from my own perspective of the conference) in a very short and summarized list that I want to share, keep in mind that this are opinions of my own.
- If search is key to your business/app or Website then you must monitor how your users are using the search capabilities you’re publishing, this is true if you’re using Solr or Elasticsearch or even Lucene, in the conference we see references to this in several presentations (Airbnb, Evernote, etc.). This could be used to improve your search but can also provide very valuable insight on how your search is being used, basically allowing you to acknowledge if your “formula” is working or not. Continue reading “Take-away points from Lucene/Solr Revolution 2014”