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We’re pleased to announce that Apache Solr Version 7.7.2 is now available on all SearchStax plans. You can create a new Solr 7.7.2 deployment by signing up for a 14-day free trial account OR by creating a new deployment in your existing account. We made available Solr 7.5 in February. Improvements and Bug Fix highlights […]

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Web content-management systems, like Sitecore, give creators endless flexibility in the type of content and amount of content they can create and make available to the users. Such flexibility requires an equally flexible yet robust search capability to find the content. Sitecore can use Solr as its backbone to help users parse through all of […]

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SearchStax is launching two-node SolrCloud Clusters with full Zookeeper ensemble support and full scalability. This gives modern high-availability architectures a new, lower entry price point. Since its launch, Solr has been one of the main options for applications needing high-availability search. And the (not so) new cluster capabilities of SolrCloud further cement this reputation. In […]

We’re pleased to announce that Apache Solr Version 7.5 is now available on all SearchStax plans. You can create a new Solr 7.5 deployment by signing up for a 14-day free trial account OR by creating a new deployment in your existing account. Solr 7.5 highlights include: Enhancements and active development around Autoscaling Policies. Enhancements […]

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Your Sitecore website needs fast, reliable Solr search capabilities, with the fault-tolerant infrastructure that is required for high-speed service and disaster recovery. SearchStax Cloud hosts Solr 7.2.1 clusters that integrate with Sitecore 9.1. Sitecore 9.1 and Solr 7.2.1 are the recommended versions for Sitecore/Solr integration. Here’s how SearchStax provides turnkey Solr clusters in a variety […]

Moving all or a portion of your IT infrastructure to the cloud is a rapidly growing trend. Moving a meaningful portion, but perhaps not necessarily all of your IT assets, to the cloud is considered a migration. Migrations may take on many different forms – from moving a single data center, a group of data […]