Search Technologies launches Aspire V. 2.1
Search Technologies has introduced a new version of its Aspire content processing framework. The company says Aspire 2.1 is designed for handling unstructured data, providing a solution for connectivity, cleansing, normalization, enhancement, analysis and publishing of human-generated content to search engines and big data applications.
Search Technologies highlights the following features of Aspire 2.1:
- introduction of the staging repository, which is useful for reducing re-indexing times and enabling certain big data solutions;
- decoupling of Aspire from connectors and publishers so that each can be upgraded independently; and
- performance reporting and index auditing tools that make it easier to analyze performance and troubleshoot any problems in the Aspire-based solution.
A Community version is available for download, as is full documentation.