[Esip-discovery] Search as a Service
Hua, Hook (388C)
hook.hua at jpl.nasa.gov
Thu Apr 26 14:14:00 EDT 2012
Good point. Just thought I'd mentioned it since it's Amazon AWS (one of
the big players) that has deployed a discovery service.
It is interesting to note the similarities between Apache Solr's Update
JSON document format and AWS's Search Data Format (SDF) JSON document
format. But Solr has been supporting JSON Updates since version 3.1.
On 4/26/12 10:42 AM, "Mattmann, Chris A (388J)"
<chris.a.mattmann at jpl.nasa.gov> wrote:
>Apache Solr has been doing this too, for a while actually. They provide
>a Zookeeper-based instance of Solr called "Solr Cloud", in Solr 4.0,
>the current trunk development.
>On Apr 26, 2012, at 10:39 AM, Hua, Hook (388C) wrote:
>> From the makers of OpenSearch...
>> Last week, Amazon's A9 search capability was released as cloud service,
>> CloudSearch , where one can upload our files to be indexed by their
>> service for a scalable discovery mechanism. The usual faceted search and
>> ranking are supported. More useful article here .
>> I suppose this was inevitable.
>> It would be interesting to see what impact this may have on Discovery
>> Earth Science Collaboratory. For Earth science data, which is larger
>> the normal use cases CloudSearch is targeting, it may become impractical
>> to upload all of our high volume data records. So they do support
>> a user-provided Search Data Format (SDF) JSON document instead. Since
>> CloudSearch also integrates with Amazon's S3 storage, it does gel well
>> with the idea of putting all of our data into the cloud.
>>  http://aws.amazon.com/cloudsearch/
>>  http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/04/12/amazon_aws_cloudsearch/
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