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NoSQL and Full Text Indexing: Two Trends

On one side:

  1. DataStax with Solr
  2. MapR with LucidWorks Search (nb: Solr)

and on the other side:

  1. Riak Searching: Solr-like but custom prioprietary implementation
  2. MongoDB text search: custom prioprietary implementation

I’m not going to argue about the pros and cons of each of these approaches, but I’m sure you already know which of these approaches I’m in favor of.

Original title and link: NoSQL and Full Text Indexing: Two Trends (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)