Click here to view the on-demand webinarAs cloud computing takes business processes and their data beyond the limits of specific local systems and storage, search technology plays a vital role. It retrieves and organizes data from multiple disparate sources and can translate cloud data into a unified, user-centric view – one that fits the specific needs of your business in a very specific time and place.Boomi is an integration cloud provider that enables businesses to quickly integrate application services they need from well-known applications. Learn how using log data integrated from multiple applications, Boomi worked with Lucid Imagination to apply Lucene/Solr open source search technology to give customers a near-real time integrated view of business process execution in a single instance, multi-tenant platform. Discover how to leverage the speed and versatility of open-source search to get faster, more secure, and more complete information about how the cloud works for your business.Click here to view the on-demand webinarAbout the presenters:Rick Nucci, Co-founder and CTO, Boomi, where he is responsible for product management and engineering. He is considered an industry expert on SaaS & Cloud integration , multi-tenant architecture, and API design and best practices. Boomi has a patent pending for Rick’s innovative Atom technology that powers Boomi AtomSphere, the company’s software-as-a-service offering.Grant Ingersoll, Co-founder of Lucid Imagination, is a published expert in search and Natural Language Processing, with many articles published on Lucene, Solr, findability, relevance, and is co-founder of the Apache Mahout machine learning project. Grant’s the author of the forthcoming book “Taming Text”, from Manning publications.
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