We’re web developers with backgrounds in distributed systems, search, and system administration who have realized that implementing high-quality full-text search is much harder than it needs to be. We're here to change that.
We believe that raising the bar on the quality of search for web applications starts with using the best open source search technology available. In our minds, and the minds of many, that means Apache Solr.
We take the setup and maintenance costs off the table so you can focus on using Solr to deliver rich, fast, and relevant search results to your users and customers.
We are the bridge between how Solr works and how you think it should work.
Kyle has significant low-level experience with Solr from a series of search-focused startups.
His work has included search relevance and performance at multimedia search engine startup CastTV.
Kyle takes care of all of the low-level operations of the Solr stack. He’s got his fingers on the pulse of IO, memory, and general system performance.
He’s the guy who sets up test clusters and then tries to break them before your application even gets the chance.
Nick has been a freelance Ruby on Rails web developer since 2006, working on a wide variety of client projects.
Nick has implemented the full range of search implementation strategies, feeling first-hand the pain involved in delivering quality search performance.
He also handles day-to-day business development, customer support, and product management.
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