An out-of-the-box Enterprise Search Solution built on top of Apache Lucene
SearchBlox is a powerful search server with many built-in crawlers that work without needing to be configured by the user. SearchBlox is fast to deploy, easy to manage and available for both on-premise and cloud deployment. Here are some key features of "SearchBlox":
Built on Apache Lucene:
· SearchBlox is built on Apache Lucene – the leading open source search library. Search indexes built using SearchBlox adhere to open standards and offer greater flexibility compared to closed proprietary platforms.
· SearchBlox provides crawlers for Filesystems, HTTP/HTTPS and RSS Feeds that work out-of-the-box. The HTTP/HTTPS crawler can index both public and protected content.
· SearchBlox can index content in 37 languages including European and Asian languages. Stopwords and stemming are also supported for the different languages.
On-premise or Cloud Deployment:
· SearchBlox is packaged for fast deployment to Windows, Linux and Mac OS X operating systems. In addition, it is also available for deployment on Amazon Web Services Platform (AWS) and Rackspace.
· SearchBlox is managed entirely through web-based Admin Console. Document collections can be configured and indexed in a matter of minutes. SearchBlox supports scheduled operations such as indexing, which greatly reduces administrative overheads for such repetitive tasks.
· SearchBlox offers a choice of support options backed by Service Level Agreements (SLA) to suit client requirements. SearchBlox has a strong track record of providing support to over 300 customers in 30 countries over the last 7 years.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· [new feature] – Autodetect and index text files without relying on file extension
· [new feature] – Filename field in XML search results
· [bugfix] – Resolve MS Office documents indexing in SearchBlox Server packages
· [bugfix] – Resolve HTTPS indexing in SearchBlox Server packages
· [bugfix] - Character encoding for foreign characters in the basic search form