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Scaling Apache Solr by Hrishikesh Vijay Karambelkar

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Scaling Solr through Storm

Apache Storm is a real-time distributed computation framework. It processes with humongous data in real time. Recently, Storm has been adapted by Apache as an incubating project and for the development of Apache Storm. You can read more information about Apache Storm features at http://storm.incubator.apache.org/.

Apache Storm can be used to process massive streams of data in a distributed manner. So, it provides excellent batch-oriented processing capabilities for time-sensitive analytics. With Apache Solr and Storm together, organizations can process Big Data in real time. For example, Apache Solr and Storm can be used if industrial plants would like to extract information from their plant systems that are emitting ...

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