New Relic and Lucid to present live Webcast on managing Solr performance. June 3, 11 am Pacific

Apache Lucene SolrShining New Light on Lucene/Solr Performance
Thursday June 3, 11 am Pacific Time / 2 pm Eastern
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Thousands of websites and organizations rely on the power, flexibility, and accessibility of Apache Solr, the Lucene Open Source Enterprise Search Server, for compelling site search and search-enabled applications. Now, New Relic RPM delivers comprehensive, 24×7 visibility into key Solr operations, making it easy to proactively troubleshoot and eliminate potential issues during development and deployment.

Learn from the experts how you can start using RPM with Solr for free, today, to ensure your user queries and search infrastructure run at optimum speed and performance! Brian Doll, an engineer with New Relic, makers of RPM, and Eran Yaniv, Solutions Manager for Lucid Imagination, the commercial company for Lucene/Solr open source search will present a free, online how-to workshop including:

  • Quick, near-effortless deployment of RPM monitoring into your web-facing Solr infrastructure
  • Understanding your Solr application’s request response time and throughput, caches, and update operations
  • Diagnosing problematic queries through a component-level breakdown of Solr transactions

About the presenters:
Brian Doll is an Application Performance Engineer at New Relic. He is a developer and team leader with more than 13 years of experience building, deploying and managing distributed applications in retail, media and financial services industries.

Eran Yaniv is running products and solutions for Lucid Imagination. He brings experience in search, text mining, open source development and enterprise software from 13+ years at ClearForest, Mercury Interactive, HP and SpikeSource.

Shining New Light on Lucene/Solr Performance
Thursday June 3, 11 am Pacific Time / 2 pm Eastern
Register today'

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