Stratio’s Lucene-based index for Cassandra is now a plugin

Thanks to the changes proposed at CASSANDRA-8717CASSANDRA-7575 and CASSANDRA-6480, Stratio is glad to present its Lucene-based implementation of Cassandra secondary indexes as a plugin that can be attached to the Apache distribution. Before the above changes, Lucene index was distributed inside a fork of Apache Cassandra, with all the difficulties it implied, i.e. maintaining a fork. As of now, the fork is discontinued and new users should use the recently created plugin, which maintains all the features of Stratio Cassandra.


Stratio’s Lucene index extends Cassandra’s functionality to provide near real-time distributed search engine capabilities such as with ElasticSearch or Solr, including full text search capabilities, free multivariable search,

Top-k queries in Cassandra: An embedded mapreduce approach

Stratio has just added top-k queries support to its Lucene based implementation of the Cassandra’s secondary indexes. This implementation was originally designed to allow embedded full-text and multivariable search in Apache Cassandra. The previous release included an ad-hoc mechanism to perform distributed relevance queries based on the Lucene’s scoring algorithm. The current release generalizes this mechanism to allow several types of top-k queries.