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Enterprise Search User Group this Wednesday – “Everything You Wanted to Know About Search Architecture in 45 Minutes”

07/10/2011

There is an Enterprise Search User Group this Wednesday that I’m really excited about.  The title of the presentation is “Everything You Wanted to Know About Search Architecture in 45 Minutes”.  And the speaker is one of my Search heros, Leonardo Souza of FAST University.  He is a great teacher and has a wealth of applicable knowledge based in real-world experience.  He’s also a super nice guy 🙂

Here’s a little more information on the session and a link to sign up (if you’re not in the NYC area you can attend via live webcast)!

http://hosted.verticalresponse.com/610254/73cf762f01/288352509/8e1f600fc1/

http://www.meetup.com/EnterpriseSearch/events/22033421/?a=me1o_grp&rv=me1o

This talk will attempt to explain the architecture of search in SharePoint 2010, the
components that are part of this service application, what they are used for and
how they differ from what was available in SharePoint 2007. We will also cover
the changes in this search architecture when you deploy FAST Search for
SharePoint. After this talk you should have a better understanding of how the
pieces of this search puzzle fit together and how you can architect, size and
scale your search solutions in SharePoint 2010. Topics covered will include:
Search Service Applications, Query Components, Index Partitions, Crawler
Components, Search-related Databases, FAST Search for SharePoint and
more.

Speaker Information
Leonardo Souza, Senior Technical Instructor at FAST University / Microsoft, is a professional with thirteen years of experience working with
Microsoft technologies and of that time, over half a decade dedicated to the search industry. Leo assists organizations to implement powerful search solutions either directly in the field or teaching search-focused classes from Brazil to China.

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