Adobe has announced that the end-of-service date for Adobe Search&Promote is September 1, 2022.
Unless you’re an e-commerce company moving to Magento, Adobe is recommending open-source frameworks like Apache Solr to power site search for your AEM website in the future.
Essentially, Adobe is telling most customers to find a replacement site search solution on their own.
For most websites, search is a critical navigation tool. To give visitors the best experience, you need to constantly care and tweak search.
You need a solution that is easy to set up, provides robust analytics to let you know how search is performing and has simple tools to manage the search experience.
Solr is a vibrant open-source project with hundreds of active contributors and thousands of users, including some of the largest organizations in the world.
Why not leverage the power of open source and eliminate the risks of going with a niche vendor with proprietary and closed technology.
Implement Site Search on Adobe Experience Manager quickly using our APIs and Search UX Accelerators.
SearchStudio lets you choose the fields to be displayed in the search results and organize the search facets for efficient searching.
SearchStudio provides tools to set up search pages that quickly leverage the Site Search features.
SearchStudio has powerful, out-of-the-box search analytics that provide insight, not just data.
SearchStudio Relevance Modeling includes the tools necessary to act on the insight from Analytics and make search more relevant.
SearchStax pairs extensive Solr experience with 24x7x365 coverage to deliver an exceptional operational and support experience.
Solr is our business. With hundreds of customers, SearchStax provides a level of service and a set of capabilities unique in the market.